*Please note -Micro reentry and triggered activity mimic each other at the cellular level . For all clinical reasons there is generally no purpose in differentiating the two.
*RVOT- Right ventricular outflow tract. ARVD/ARVC -Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia /cardiomyopathy
(Caution : RVOT vs ARVD -In the traditional medical teaching system , we are often taught to differentiate two closely related entities.Our brain also loves to look things in either black or white . Realise , medical science always brings surprises . There can be significant overlaps between the very entities we want to differentiate.Bear that in mind)
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T wave inversion in V1 TO V3 for diagnosing RVOT VT .
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