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Reversible Ischemia

I need help understanding the results from my perfusion stress scan. What is meant by "There is a small focus of reversible ischemia in the inferior septal region of the left ventricle near the base of the heart."? Any input will be appreciated
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It sounds to me like they suspect a blockage. Since it’s reversible it isn’t considered old damage and only shows blockage during stress part of exam. Mine showed a small interior blockage but when I had the Angie Graham it showed wide-open arteries so who knows.
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I’m sorry I was doing talk to text mine showed anterior blockage but wide-open arteries during the angiogram. I didn’t want you to think I was an idiot who couldn’t spell
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