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|Description = Brugada syndrome type 1. Note that V5 is placed one intercostal space above V1 (V1 IC4) and V6 is placed one intercostal space above V2 (V2 IC3). Type I morphology is seen in V1, V1 IC3 and V2 IC3. Furthermore, there is a horizontal QRS axis, broad P waves, wide S waves in the lateral and inferior leads and fractionation of the QRS complex in III and aVL.
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|Description = '''Brugada syndrome type 1'''. Note that V5 is placed one intercostal space above V1 (V1 IC4) and V6 is placed one intercostal space above V2 (V2 IC3). Type I morphology is seen in V1, V1 IC3 and V2 IC3. Furthermore, there is a horizontal QRS axis, broad P waves, wide S waves in the lateral and inferior leads and fractionation of the QRS complex in III and aVL.
 
|Source = P.G. Postema, MD
 
|Source = P.G. Postema, MD
 
|Date = 2007
 
|Date = 2007

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Brugada syndrome type 1. Note that V5 is placed one intercostal space above V1 (V1 IC4) and V6 is placed one intercostal space above V2 (V2 IC3). Type I morphology is seen in V1, V1 IC3 and V2 IC3. Furthermore, there is a horizontal QRS axis, broad P waves, wide S waves in the lateral and inferior leads and fractionation of the QRS complex in III and aVL.

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