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Anterior wall ischemia

Update from the last post : http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Heart-Disease/anterior-wall-ischemia/show/2312119#post_11158780

after a year, I came back to doctor and retake ECG,2d echo and 1st time stress test. doctor said all results are normal. unlike last time results on ECG was "anterior wall ischemia and Thickened and redundant anterior mitral valve leaflet." im confused >.<

if all were normal why im getting this chest pain and always palpitation. :(
i attached the recent lab results, I need your 2nd opinion for these. thanks T__T
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976897 tn?1379171202
Was it the same Doctor? Every Doctor will take the results as different values. For example, some cardiologists will say everything is normal if there is a slightly leaking valve, whilst others will raise it. It could be due to a number of factors why the new results are normal. The last test you may have had loose leads or even an infection going on. Now the leads could be attached properly and you are clean from infection. Another issue is that you may have opened some collateral vessels which are natural bypasses in the heart to go around blockages. If I had to guess, I would say that you may have had some leads slightly in the wrong place last time, or loose. Either that or the cardiologist isn't concerned by the results at all.
976897 tn?1379171202
Are you still getting the chest pains?
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