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ECG v1-v4 t wave inversions?? No other symptoms, right side chest pain with tenderness in the mid axillary line 4th-6th ICS any ischemia of heart
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Hi, T-wave inversions in leads V1 and V2 may be fully normal. A variety of clinical syndromes can cause T-wave inversions; these range from life-threatening events, such as acute coronary ischemia, pulmonary embolism, and CNS injury, to entirely benign conditions. Consult Cardiologist for further evaluation...
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