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Junctional ST depression
Hello,

I had a ekg a while back and noticed the print out had Junctional ST depression, and borderline EKG, I get little palpitations a few times a day, mostley feel not bad....34 Male......so what does it mean, the doc said, should be fine....but the definition is what Im interested in,

Thanks
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Dear Cory,

A junctional rhythm is one that arises from a different focus than normal.  The ST depression is likely a repolarization variant that is normal in young healthy men.  I cannot comment further without seeing the ECG.

Hope this helps.
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