Electrocardiographic Repolarization Abnormalities in Athletes
Abnormalities of ventricular repolarization (AVR) represent one of the alterations that most frequently require a detailed assessment by the sports physician. Transitory modifications of the T wave and ST segment can also be found in varying degrees in sedentary subjects in many physiological conditions such as, for example, hyperventilation, postural changes, etc.
KeywordsWall Motion Abnormality Stress Echocardiography Mitral Valve Prolapse Myocardial Scintigraphy Ventricular Repolarization
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