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P Wave Morphology

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|mainauthor= [[user:Drj|J.S.S.G. de Jong, MD]], A. Bouhiouf, Msc
[[Image:p_wave_morphology.png|thumb|Altered P wave morfology is seen in left or right atrial enlargement.]]
[[Image:pta_changes.svg|thumb|The PTa segment can be used to diagnose pericarditis or atrial infarction.]]
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The '''P wave morphology''' can reveal right or left atrial stretch or atrial arrhythmias and is best determined in leads II and V1 during sinus rhythm.
Image:Nsr.jpg|Another example of normal sinus rhythm.
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==References==
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#Spodick pmid=1575201
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