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Tall T Wave
- HyperkalemiaTall T waves are classically associated with the Peaked T waves of hyperkalemia.
- Myocardial infarctionTall T waves that are 'fat' can be hyperacute T waves of acute infarction.
- ReperfusionTall T waves can also be caused by reperfusion. These can mimic hyperkalemia.
- ReperfusionLarge upright T waves in aVL can be reciprocal to inferior inverted (reperfusion) T waves.
- Tall T
Normal T Wave Biphasic T Wave Flat T Wave Inverted T Wave U Wave Hyperacute T Wave Peaked T Wave Hyperacute T with Upsloping ST Depression Inverted U Wave T-U Wave Tall U Wave Biphasic Up-Down T Wave S1Q3T3 Bifid T Wave Biphasic Down-Up T wave Deeply Inverted T Wave Juvenile T Wave Pattern Pseudo-Normalised T Wave Widened QRST Angle Loss of Precordial T Wave Balance Reperfusion T Wave Normal T Axis Tall Upright T in V1 Normal QRST angle Paediatric Neonatal T Wave
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