Semantic confusion: the case of early repolarization and the J point.

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0002-9343/$ -see front matter Published by Elsevier Inc. doi:10.1016/j.amjmed.2011.08.024 oint or QRS end and do not classify J waves or slurring for he statement of nonspecific ST elevation or “early repolarzation.” Furthermore, although J waves or slurs have been noted to occur along with ST elevation as part of classic early repolarization, the clinical focus has been on ST elevation because it also can be confused with myocardial injury or ischemia and pericarditis (Figure). The semantic confusion can be traced back to 2 articles in The New England Journal of Medicine from 2009. he authors were allowed to co-opt these old and respected erms with good intent, armed with hypotheses, elegant

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@article{Perez2012SemanticCT, title={Semantic confusion: the case of early repolarization and the J point.}, author={Marco V Perez and Karen J Friday and Victor F . Froelicher}, journal={The American journal of medicine}, year={2012}, volume={125 9}, pages={843-4} }