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Q WAVES - Abnormal Q Waves ( lead I, AVF and III, Precordial leads), QRS COMPLEX - QS Deflection (lead II (rare), III, AVF and precordial leads), High Voltage QRS, Low Voltage QRS, Tall and/or Broad R Wave in V1, Poor R Wave progression in Precordial Leads, RSR' Complex in V1 with Normal QRS Interval ( < 120 msec), RSR' Complexesin V1 with Prolonged QRS Interval ( >120 msec), Prolonged QRS Interval
ST-T WAVE CHANGES - Depressed S-T Segment in Direction Opposite to Main QRS Deflection, Elevated S-T Segment in Same Direction as Main QRS Deflection, Elevated S-T Segment in Opposite Direction as Main QRS Deflection
Q-T INTERVAL - Prolonged Q-T Interval, Shortened Q-T Interval,
T WAVES - High Voltage T Waves in the Precordial Leads, Inverted or Diphasic T Waves Instead of Normally Upright, Marked T waves, Tall U Waves
U WAVES Negative U Waves
OTHERS S1,S2,S3 Syndrome, Right Axis Deviation, Abnormal Left Axis Deviation
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