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NSR Sinus bradycardia Low voltage complexes T inverted in V1 to V4 ? Anteroseptal ischemia Rule out hypothyroidism, electrolytes imbalance

Sinus bradycardia The extra heart muscle in LVH patients often equates to stronger overall electrical activity Prolonged P wave ST depression

Inverted t wave in V2 v3 and v4 suggestive of mild angina adv lipid profile ,blood sugar, TMT and 2d eccho and treat according

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Sinus Bradycardia T wave inversion V1 - V4 High voltage QRS complexes in V5 V6 with q waves ? Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

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LBBB/LAD

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