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BOF: 3.123

You see a patient in clinic. He is a 30 year old male with, frontal balding, ptosis, bilateral cataract, wasting of facial and sternomastoid muscles. When you shake hands with him he finds it difficult to let go of your hand.

You arrange an ECG on this patient.

Which one of the following is common in this condition?

a)      ST segment elevation anterior chest leads

b)      T inversion in lateral leads

c)      T inversion in anterior chest leads

d)     Atrioventricular conduction disturbance

e)      Q wave in inferior leads

 

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