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- Precordial catch syndrome (PCS) is a non-serious condition in which there are sharp stabbing pains in the chest. These typically get worse with breathing...
- Precordial chest pain can be an indication of a variety of illnesses, including costochondritis and viral pericarditis. Precordial thump Precordial examination...
- Precordial thump is a medical procedure used in the treatment of ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia under certain conditions...
- frontal plane. The precordial leads lie in the transverse (horizontal) plane, perpendicular to the other six leads. The six precordial electrodes act as...
- In medicine, the cardiac examination, also precordial exam, is performed as part of a physical examination, or when a patient presents with chest pain...
- heave (or lift) is a precordial impulse that may be felt (palpated) in patients with cardiac or respiratory disease. Precordial impulses are visible or...
- Precordial concordance, also known as QRS concordance is when all precordial leads on an electrocardiogram are either positive (positive concordance) or...
- 19th century. Functional murmurs are an important consideration in the precordial examination of an infant or child. Soft, less than 3/6 in intensity (although...
- becoming symmetrical, often deep (>2 mm), T wave inversions in the anterior precordial leads. First described by Hein J. J. Wellens and colleagues in 1982 in...
- 30% of those affected have more than one episode. Substernal or left precordial pleuritic chest pain with radiation to the trapezius ridge (the bottom...
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