T wave changes

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  • Normally upright in 1, 2, V3-V6
  • Negative in AVR
  • If is greater than 2/3 height of R wave then is abnormal
  • Deep symmetrical inverted T waves:
  1. Left ventricle apical hypertrophy
  2. Raised ICP (e.g. SAH)
  3. Wellen's (MI)
  4. Paced rhythm
  5. BBB's or WPW
  6. Idiopathic

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