Quote: can any one tell me what is "mid interventricular septum is hypokinetic" , "regional wall motion abnormality" , "no pericardial effusion" and "ischemic heart disease
>>>Just based on what you have posted: For some insight, the septum is the wall that separates the left and right ventricles (pumping chambers). Hypokinetic indicates there is wall movement impairment located midway on the septum wall. That condition is usually the result of lack of blood supply and that is what ischemia means. You could have had a minor heart attack and/or there can be some blockage of the heart vessels that feed into the suptum.
No pericardial effusion indicates the area between the heart muscle and pericardial sac (outer lining) is normal and free of any leakage..
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