ECG 11. The ECG above is from a 56 yers-old woman with minimal coronary artery disease, and
left ventricular systolic dysfunction and dilation (Dilated CardioMyoPathy with an Ejection Fraction of 25%).
Notch in the ascending limb of the R wave in lead aVL denotes
Chapman's sign.
Chapman's sign may also be seen in some patients with Dilated CardioMyoPathy and LBBB.





ECG 12. The ECG above is from a 79 years-old woman with long-standing hypertension.
Left bundle branch block is seen.
ECHOcardiography showed diffuse (concentric) left ventricular hypertrophy.

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ECG 13. The ECG above is from a 40 years-old woman.
Sinus rhythm, left bundle branch block, short PR interval and delta waves (WPW syndrome) are seen.

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