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There is only (!) a Type I morphology in V1, so officially this would not meet the criteria for a Brugada Syndrome ECG. Leads should have placed one intercostal space above V1 and V2 to reach the diagnosis (which was later done). Notwithstanding that the Type I morphology in V1 is overwhelming and is accompanied by frequently seen wide S waves in the lateral and inferior leads.
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