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Genetic Testing Road Block by Drew's Dad . Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:01pm I had thought that I would be able to have my genetic testing done through my OB/GYN's office this week for the mitochondrial abnormality that was found in Drew. I thought when they told me their lab ran this test it was too good to be true, as it is a very rare abnormality. It turns out that I was right. Their laboratory will only run the test ... Read on »
wanted, info on fine motor coordination and low score on block design test, etc. by Jonathan Mitchel Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:47pm To Anyone It May Concern: I am a person with a neurologic impairment that presents with autistic symptoms, such as self-stimulatory behaviors and impairments in the social sphere who has a fine motor coordination impairment and perceptual motor impairment. This greatly impairs my ability to handwrite and put together puzzles and do other types ... Read on »
US blocks Vietnam coal-fired power plant loan in 'first crucial test' by orlanderson21 Posted Wed 24 Jul 2013 6:22am Source The US Export-Import Bank board of directors voted on Thursday not to proceed with the financing of US exports to help build a coal-fired power plant in Vietnam, following a plea from US environmental groups to stop the project.  The Ex-Im Bank board decision was made after a "careful environmental review" of the 1,200-megawatt Thai ... Read on »
Right Bundle Branch Block with Subtle ST Elevation: LAD 95% occluded by Stephen Smith Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 12:49pm An 81 yo woman presented at 2 AM to the ED with severe substernal chest pressure. This ECG was recorded There is sinus rhythm with a PVC, and Right Bundle Branch Block (RBBB). Normally there is no ST elevation with RBBB. In fact, normally, there are inverted T waves (discordant to a positive QRS due to the large R' wave, of the rSR') and fro ... Read on »
What kind of AV block is this?? And where is the coronary occlusion?? by Stephen Smith Posted Tue 31 May 2011 1:16pm A 76 year old male presented with chest pain.  Here is the initial ECG ST segments: There is obvious inferior STEMI, with ST elevation (and Q-waves and T-wave inversion) in II, III, aVF and reciprocal depression in I and aVL.  Where else is there ST elevation?  Where is the occlusion.   Rhythm: slow and regular.  p-waves are not cond ... Read on »
New Left Bundle Branch Block is a poor indicator of coronary occlusion by Stephen Smith Posted Mon 08 Mar 2010 11:19am Case 1: A 55 yo male with a history of hypertension but no MI or CHF presented with 5 days of progressive dyspnea without chest pain. Here is his ECG There is sinus tachycardia with left bundle branch block (LBBB). A previous ECG from one year prior was normal without LBBB. According to the ACC and AHA, new LBBB in the presence of is ... Read on »
Left Bundle Branch Block and Left Anterior Descending Artery occlusion: Serial ECGs then T-wave inversion after reperfusion by Stephen Smith Posted Sun 31 Jul 2011 6:15pm A 50 yo male presented with chest pain.  This ECG was recorded at 0415. There is sinus tachycardia.  There is left bundle branch block (LBBB).  All ST-T complexes are discordant.  However, the ST-T in V1-V4 is excessively discordant: with 6 mm ST elevation, V3 meets criterion 3 of Sgarbossa's criteria (giving 2 points, not enough f ... Read on »
Checking For Blocked Tubes After Tubal Reversal by Dr. Gary Berger Medical DoctorFacebook Posted Wed 13 Jun 2012 6:58am Many opinions exist about when testing for blocked tubes after tubal reversal surgery. These reversal experts provide concrete facts about when to test for blocked tubes. Read on »
Blocked fallopian tubes and infertility by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 24 Jul 2010 6:28am Blocked fallopian tubes are one of the commonest causes of infertility. The fallopian tubes project out from each side of the body of the uterus and form the passages through which the egg is conducted from the ovary into the uterus. The fallopian tubes are about 10 cms long and the outer end of each tube is funnel shaped, ending in ... Read on »
The commonest explanation for blocked fallopian tubes is pelvic inflammatory disease by winter1101 Posted Mon 15 Jul 2013 3:55pm To grasp what blocked fallopian tubes are, to consider precisely what a fallopian tube is. General methods for epididymitis diagnosis. Fertilization will take place even though the egg is traveling with the tube. If you or both fallopian tubes are blocked, the egg cannot make it to the uterus, and also the sperm cannot get the egg, preventing ... Read on »