Posted By Bev on April 22, 1999 at 13:03:04
I have asked you questions previously regarding my ten year old daughter. She has repaired ALCAPA. On her latest ECG nonspecific ST and T wave changes continue to be noted. A deep and wide Q wave in aVL is a new finding. She has normal sinus rhythm with sinus arrhythmia. A follow-up Holter monitor noted bradycardia and tach, also her usual PVCs and PACs. What does the Q wave in aVL measure and what types of changes could the new finding signify?
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