Anterior Infarction?


An anterior infarction is defined as a heart attack that occurs toward the front portion of the heart. In general, a heart attack can occur in any chamber or any portion of the human heart. The anterior word denotes the front portion and this heart attack is considered to be one of the most deadly. Signs of an anterior infarction include sudden chest pain, sweating, dizziness, pressure in the chest, shortness of breath, and difficulty standing or speaking.
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Damage to the wall of the heart preventing the muscle from pumping. Depending on the extent of the damage this can lead to heart failure if not diagnosed and treated. Symptons include
Myocardial Infarction of the anterior wall is caused by occlusion of the
Anterior infarction means a heart attack of the front part of the heart. It is usually do to a blocked artery (almost always the left anterior descending or LAD artery) that supplies
Shrek_tn is wrong - "Anterior" means the front part of the heart; "posterior" refers to the rear (think about it). Basically, it is a heart attack in the left
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Anterior wall myocardial infarction or commonly referred to as heart attack, is the interruption of blood supply to the anterior part of the heart, causing death ...
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