subendocardial ischemia of the diaphragmatic facie and signs of cardiac arrhythmia
just making sure "cardiac" got in there
"Signs," "manifestations," or "indications" might be better than "symptoms" since "symptoms" is usually used for indications of sickness observed by the patient, whereas, "signs" is the term more often used to indicate those observed by the patient. at any rate, "symptoms" would not be used with a sign such as cardiac arrhythmia, and something read on an EKG would certainly not be called a symptom
"and" could also be "with"
"facie" could be "face," "surface"
MW Medical dictionary, Delmars ESPD for Health Professionals, OSD 1994
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 78