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April 2013
S. Sclarovsky
 In acute myocardial ischemic syndrome the electrocardiogram is capable of providing sophisticated information on coronary artery anatomy (the culprit artery, the level of obstruction, the arterial dimension), along with the hemodynamics, molecular biological characteristics and ionic changes that occur in the involved and uninvolved ischemic musculature. In acute myocardial ischemia, during a sudden obstruction of a distal co-dominant right coronary artery the ECG may be able to discriminate between physiological and pathological remodeling, providing predictive information to differentiate low from high risk cases during acute inferior wall infarction.


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