ECG Pearls: Reading & Interpreting Interesting ECGs
One can take the view that all electrocardiograms (ECGs) are interesting, even the one, which does not display any specific diagnostic features, particularly in the presence of some symptoms or established pathology in the patient from whom the ECG has been recorded. What is interesting in such a case is the mechanism rendering the ECG nondiagnostic.
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