To-day, my wife's ECG Report reads thus: "Sinus Rhythm: T Abnormality in Anterior leads".
I request you to kindly enlighten me on the subject. Also, please advise on possible problems it leads to and how do we go about with the treatment and tests from now on.
What does the phrase mean and what are the causes and remedies to the possible problem that it may lead to. We are presently worried and would soon seek medical help too.
Depending on the age of your wife these changes may or may not be significant. Young women may have T-wave inversion in the anterior leads that is perfectly normal. However sometimes it can be a sign of heart disease and you should see a doctor to get an opinion on your wife's specific case.
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