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Electrocardiographic changes produced by interventricular septal rupture.
  1. F Kerr,
  2. L J Haywood


    The electrocardiogram was recorded during spontaneous rupture of the interventricular septum in a patient after myocardial infarction. The electrocardiographic abnormalities included an increase in the sinus rate, elevation of the ST segment, decrease in Q wave size, and increase in the height and width of the P wave.

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