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Morte Súbita em Paciente com Bloqueio de Ramo Direito e Elevação Persistente de Segmento ST

  title={Morte Súbita em Paciente com Bloqueio de Ramo Direito e Elevação Persistente de Segmento ST},
  author={Bloqueio de Ramo and Direito e Elevaç{\~a}o and Persistente de Segmento St and Relato de Caso and Humberto Villacorta and Ricardo Ant{\^o}nio Faig Torres and I. S. D. Castro and Henrique Lambert},
A 43 year old man was admitted to the hospital due to a syncopal episode and presented on the electrocardiogram a pattern of right bundle branch block (RBBB) associated with ST segment elevation from V1 to V4 and normal QT interval. Acute myocardial infarction was suspected but was not confirmed by laboratorial findings. Coronary arteriography was performed and revealed no obstructive disease. No sign suggesting structural heart disease was found. He remained asymptomatic but persisted with… Expand
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