H/O dyspneoa, orthopneoa and right pleural effusion with tra
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Dr. Ankit Raj
H/O dyspneoa, orthopneoa and right pleural effusion with trace ascites. Systolic BP is 90 mm Hg.
What is the ECG diagnosis?
What further investigations needed to be done?
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Dr. R●●●●h O●●●●l
Dr. R●●●●h O●●●●l Internal Medicine
Low voltage ECG , should go for Echo to r/o pericardial effusion
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Dr. P●●●●●n C●●●●●a
Dr. P●●●●●n C●●●●●a Internal Medicine
Acute PTE is also a possibility as S1Q3T3 pattern is there in ecg. CT pulmonary angiography is also needed.
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Dr. K●●●l G●●●a
Dr. K●●●l G●●●a Internal Medicine
Ct angiography to r/o pte
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