53 yr old and just got results from a nuclear stress test. Findings showed SPEC images showed medium perfusion abnormality of moderate intensity in the basal and mid anterior myocardial walls on the stress images. The defect is present on the resting images consistent with prior myocardial infraction,. Gated SPECT images reveals diminished myocardial thickening and wall motion of anterior wall. There is no stress transcient ischemic dilation of left ventricle. TID index 1,04 lV volume 47 ml the left ventricular ejection fraction was calculated or visually estimated at 70%
///impression--70myocardial perfusion imaging is abnormal. there is a moderate area of infarction in the basal anterior and midanterior myocardial walls, the left ventricular ejection fraction was calculated or visually estimated at 70% TID index normal normal lv volume
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