LVH with normal axis
This ECG is from an elderly man with long-standing hypertension. It is a good example of LVH, with tall QRS complexes in the left-sided leads (V5, V6) and deep QRSs in right sided chest leads V1 and V2), but a rather unusual axis, in that it is normal, and we often seen left axis deviation with LVH. His hypertrophy is not severe as seen on imaging studies, but he shows an obvious "strain" pattern of sloping ST depression and T wave inversion in leads with upright QRS complexes. The signs of LVH are subtle, but when viewed as a whole ECG, the pattern seems more obvious.
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