Can ST depression and T wave inversion in aVL be normal? Can BER cause reciprocal changes? Learn about using the QRS-T wave angle to answer these questions
Inflammation of the pericardium secondary to infection, localised injury or systemic disorders, producing characteristic chest pain, dyspnoea and serial ECG changes.
ECG changes of benign early repolarisation (BER, J-point elevation, high take-off). Tips to distinguish BER from acute pericarditis