Ischemia is lack of blood flow usually due to some blockage. Septum is a wall of the heart's chamber and blood supply is with the left anterior decending artery. With just the info you have provided there may be some blockage causing a deficit of blood supply to the septum.
Yes and just to add, the septum separating the top two chambers of the heart (atria), is called the interatrial septum. The septum seperating the lower two chambers (ventricles) is the interventricular septum.
i had septal wall ischemia, it is very dangerous? what are the best remedy to solve this problem? how long it will be healed,years or months? what are those side effects of septal wall ischemia? and what do you mean by sinus bradycardia?
I'm a bit confused, you say you 'HAD' septal wall ischemia, and then ask the best remedy? You still have it? Hasn't a cardiologist been dealing with your case? do you have symptoms? How long ago was it diagnosed and what size was the blockage?
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