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What is reversible apical septial and antero septal

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perfusion defect wich is woorrisome...
what is reversible apical septial and antero septal perfusion defect wich is woorrisome for ischemia in this region
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These are regions of the heart that are showing decreased flow of blood and may need to be further looked at for possible stenting of the vessels that feed that particular portion of the heart.
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