Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Ronnie, Jul 23, 2012.
What did the patient with this ECG most likely have?
I'll post the right answer on Wednesday...
We can read the answer in the picture's title ;-)
hehe yeah am sorry 4 the mistake, but ive just corrected it.. you're on of the lucky ones haha Peper ... Anyway the former pic description would not have been satisfying as an correct answer ... thx for the hint
J.P.C Peper and I know it already
yeah, you lucky heads haha
Answer for this ECG: Sinusrythm, HR about 60/min. Normal axis. ST- Elevations in II, III, and AVF. ST depression in V2, V3. There is also an AV Block II Type: Wenckebach. Normal QRS. Normal R-Progression. No extrasystoles.
Diagnosis: acute inferior MI. RCA stenosis shown in the Coro.
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