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persistent pasterobasal forces

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replied January 24th, 2012
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Persistent posterobasal forces usually comes off a reading of an EKG. It has to do with the way the heart directs the electrical impulses around the heart. Though it can be seen in some cases of right bundle branch block, it is usually a normal variant, and of minimal significance.

You should discuss this with your cardiologist. He/she will be able to give you a more thorough explanation, in correlation with the rest of your history, symptoms, physical examination, and the rest of the EKG study.

Good luck.
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replied June 12th, 2013
Thank you very much. I am a police office and we are always required to undergo ECG and this is the diagnosis of the heart specialist but did not explain the meaning of it. We ordinary citizens do not understand medical terms. Thank you very much I need not pay 500 pesos to a specialist just to get your explanation.
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