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Tuesday, September 15, 2009 dora505, Community Member, asks

Q: what is a mild fixed inferior wall defect

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9/28/09 10:49pm

HI dora505: 

 

Not totally clear but what I believe you are asking is an abnormality of the bottom wall of the heart that has both weakness (damage) and reduced blood flow (ischemia)

 

This is what is commonly reported in a nuclear stress test.

 

Does this ring a bell?

 

Dr. Kirk Laman

www.drlaman.com

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angie, Community Member
6/ 5/12 1:55pm

i had a chemical stress test and this is what came up. i was wanting to understand what interior wall defect is

 yes

 

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angie, Community Member
6/ 5/12 1:58pm

i would like to understand what interior wall defect is

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9/28/09 10:49pm

HI dora505: 

 

Not totally clear but what I believe you are asking is an abnormality of the bottom wall of the heart that has both weakness (damage) and reduced blood flow (ischemia)

 

This is what is commonly reported in a nuclear stress test.

 

Does this ring a bell?

 

Dr. Kirk Laman

www.drlaman.com

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By dora505, Community Member— Last Modified: 06/05/12, First Published: 09/15/09