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Below you can find some common examples. ECGs can be magnified by clicking on the image....


Ischemia & Myocardial Infarction

An overview of the coronary arteries. LM = 'Left Main' = mainstem; LAD = 'Left Anterior Descending' artery; RCX = Ramus Circumflexus; RCA = 'Right Coronary Artery'.

Guess the culprit coronary artery that was occluded in these examples of myocardial infarctions



Arrhythmias

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Case 1

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Case 2

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Case 3

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Case 4

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Case 5


Electrolyte Disorders

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Case 100

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Case 101


Miscellaneous

Click on the text below the ECG for the answers. Click on the ECG for enlargement of the ECG itself...


Advanced cases

For more advanced cases see: