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Wellens Syndrome

Branches of Coronary artery: Proximal Left Anterior descending artery {LAD } Stenosis leads to Deep T Waves Inversion in the precordial leads ( V1 Through V4) as known as Wellens Syndrome. Exercise induced transient inversion of the precordial U waves has been correlated with severe stenosis of the left anterior descending artery ( LAD).


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ST-Segment Elevation

Current is directed away from the normal myocardium(negative deflection) toward the ischemic myocardium(more positive deflection) during systole. As a result the leads facing the ischemic myocardium represent upward or more positive deflection or ST-segment Elevation and sometimes Tall (hyperacute) T wave due to Myocardial ischemia. In normal myocardium, ST-segment is isoelectric or baseline. Non-ischemic Causes … Continue reading ST-Segment Elevation

ECG Changes In Acute Myocardial Infarction:

Tall T waves may appear within the first minute or hours after coronary occlusion, but more often isoelectric, negative or biphasic T-waves are seen at the presentation. ST-segment elevation appears within hours after coronary arterial occlusion and lasts for approximately 2 weeks,if reciprocal ST-segment depression is also seen, the infarction is probably extensive. Abnormal Q … Continue reading ECG Changes In Acute Myocardial Infarction: