Myocardial infarction/ischaemia

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Time dependent changes. The location of the infarction can be localised according to the affected leads.

MI changes

Horizontal depression of the ST segment with an upright T wave is usually a sign of ischaemia rather than infarction. In the absence of an infarction, the ECG will return to normal with the resolution of angina.

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