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Answer for October 16, 2012


There is left axis deviation and a borderline 1st degree AV block. Inferior Q waves and ST elevation are present, indicating a recent (hours- a day or two) inferior MI. Poor R wave progression and a probable QS complex in V3 suggest an old septal MI.


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