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Significance of Q wave - isolated

A 42 years female with anxiety disorder. O/Examination - TACHYCARDIA. Patient stable on Escitaloprim 5 mg + Clonazepam 0.25 mg . Comments on ECG welcomed

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Such ECG changes which are normal can be seen in anxiety disorder

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Tracing is absolutely WNL Sir q is not seen in any lead except L3 which is hallow and insignificant

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Electrical axis is within normal limits Sinus rhythm

ECG is within normal limits

Sinus Tachycardia LBBB

Sinus tachycardia. Otherwise normal. Minimal depressed ST segment in V5,V6 which is nonspecific.

NSR Sinus tachycardia Non specific T inversion in inferior leads To clinically correlate

Such ECG changes which are normal can be seen in anxiety disorder

Sinus tachcardia with other findings WNL

Sinus tachycardia Incomplete lbbb

ECG is within normal limits

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