ⓘ Benign early repolarization

                                     

ⓘ Benign early repolarization

Benign early repolarization also known as early repolarization is found on ECG in about 1% of those with chest pain. It is diagnosed based on an elevated J-point / ST elevation where the ST segment is concave up. It is believed to be a normal variant.

Benign early repolarization that occurs in the lower and lateral portion of the heart muscle associated with ventricular fibrillation. The Association, as shown by studies conducted at the end of 2000-ies, are small.

                                     
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