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Abnormal EKG and cardiac risks
Intraventricular conduction delay (IVCD) is often the end result of a number of different abnormal processes, such as Left anterior fascicular block (LAHB). Thus, many patients with IVCD have at least some type of underlying heart disease. Causes may include a previous heart attack (unlikely in your case), or cardiomyopathy such as caused by hypertension.
Treatment & prognosis depends on the cause. Check here to see what your risk for heart disease is. Talk to your doctor!
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