Pseudo-myocardial infarction versus pseudo-pseudo-myocardial infarction.

  title={Pseudo-myocardial infarction versus pseudo-pseudo-myocardial infarction.},
  author={Kenneth M. Kessler},
  volume={103 12},
Pseudo-Pseudo-Myocardial Infarction To the Editor: Hung and colleagues1 present a very important example of a pseudo-infarction pattern presumably related to pancreatitis, one of several clinical situations in which thrombolytic therapy is either not indicated or contraindicated. I am intrigued by the pattern of the bizarre T waves in the limb leads and wonder if part or all of this phenomenon is artifact. The T waves are of unusually abrupt onset and offset. They are of greatest magnitude in… CONTINUE READING

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