lateral myocardial infarction

lat·er·al my·o·car·di·al in·farc·tion

infarction involving only the lateral wall of the heart, producing indicative electrocardiographic changes confined to leads I, aVL, or V5 and V6.
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Anterior, inferior and lateral myocardial infarction was seen in stent thrombosis vs non stent thrombosis group as 47.8% vs 5.8%, 39.1% vs 38.8%, 8.6% vs 8.3% respectively.
Anterior, inferior and lateral myocardial infarction was seen in 128 (64%), 67 (33.5%) and 5 (2.5%) patients respectively.Left anterior descending (LAD) was the commonest culprit artery in 128 (64%) followed by right coronary artery (RCA) and left circumflex artery (LCX) in 57 (28.5%) and 15 (7.5%) cases respectively.
Anterior, inferior and lateral myocardial infarction was seen in 128 (64%), 67 (33.5%) and 5 (2.5%) shown in Table-1 depict the mean age being 51 +- 16.8 years.
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