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sinus rythum nonspecific intraventricular delay
my 16 year old daughter has had chest pain left arm felt limb went for ekg it showed non specific intraventrical dely {sinus rythm } conduction delay. she was hooked up to a holter moniter for 24 hours waiting for the results can you give me some insight on this. is it serious.
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Several things can cause intraventicular conduction delay such as: Right atrial enlargement, Left atrial enlargement, Left ventricular hypertrophy, Right ventricular hypertrophy, Right bundle branch block, Left bundle branch block, Fascicular blocks or hemiblocks, Left anterior-superior fascicular block or hemiblock, Left posterior fascicular block or hemiblock, Ventricular preexcitation.

Nonspecific intraventricular conduction defect is used when no characteristic pattern of right or left bundle branch block exists, although QRS duration is prolonged. This is only a suggestion of possibilities with the information that you provided. It will be interesting to see what the 24hr holter reveals. Did the Dr. suggest an Echocardiogram as well (ultrasound of the heart) to check all 4 chambers and valves? Is your daughter on on prescription medication?
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