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Peters S et al.  
Case report: Shorter-than-normal QT interval and provocable right precordial ST segment elevation in three patients with suspicious arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy

Journal für Kardiologie - Austrian Journal of Cardiology 2011; 18 (9-10): 326-328

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ECG leads
Abbildung 1: Left: Standard precordial ECG leads V1–V6 (10 mV amplitude, 50 mm/s paper speed) of case no.1 with prolonged QRS duration in right precordial leads, small epsilon potential in V2 and saddle-back ST-segment elevation in V2. QTc interval 340 ms (NOTICE: horizontal line marking 1000 ms); right: precordial leads of case no. 1 after ajmaline administration with coved-type ST elevation in V1 and V2 and right bundle branch block configuration.


Keywords: ECGKardiologie
 
 
ECG leads
Abbildung 2: Left: Standard precordial ECG leads V1–V6 (amplitude 10 mV, paper speed 50 mm/s) of case no. 2 with prolonged QRS duration in right precordial leads, small epsilon potential in V1 and V2 and prominent U waves in V2 and V3. QTc 340 ms (NOTICE: horizontal line marking 1000 ms); right: precordial ECG leads of case no. 2 after ajmaline administration with coved-type ST elevation in V1 and right bundle branch block configuration.


Keywords: ECGKardiologie
 
 
ECG leads
Abbildung 3: Left: Standard precordial ECG leads (10mV amplitude, paper speed 50 mm/s) of case no. 3 with prolonged QRS duration in right precordial leads and T wave inversions in V1 and V2. QTc interval 360 ms (NOTICE: horizontal line marking 1000 ms); right: precordial leads of case no. 3 after ajmaline administration with significant coved-type ST elevation in V1 and right bundle branch block.


Keywords: ECGKardiologie
 
 
 
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