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Frank J. Pearl, M.D.

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Voluntary Professor of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL. Board certified in cardiovascular disease

Mustafa Ahmed MD

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Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Hypertension, Pulmonary Embolism, Structural and Valve Disease

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Expert opinions on cardiac, thoracic and vascular diseases

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2015-05-24 I'm getting this fluttery feeling and it won't go away.:

An EKG only records what happens at that moment, thus if you didn't have that flutter it would not record anything abnormal. Please read this:  http://www.cardiachealth.org/palpitations  Have you talked

2015-05-21 PVCs and PACs:

Generally PVC's that resolve with exercise are not serious however you are a middle aged male who has noticed a change. You need to discuss this with your personal cardiologist. Something has not been

2015-05-21 EKG:

The EKG is too small to reinterpret but does not appear grossly abnormal. An EKG is not a good way to evaluate cardiac chamber size. An ultrasound would be a better measure. If the left atrium is enlarged

2015-05-20 PVCs and PACs:

This is not something that can be properly evaluated and treated over the Web.    Good luck!!!    Dr. P

2015-05-20 wide QRS:

Hi,     The common thought is that this is primarily due to cardiac size (and possibly the relative tachycardia), which would also explain the linear increase in conduction interval as age progresses through

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