ROBERT A. STEVEN, M.D.
The literature relating to the electrocardiographic findings in ventricular aneurysm is not very extensive, and almost all of it has appeared in the past 12 years. The relatively recent popularization of chest leads, plus the small number of cases seen by any one person, probably accounts for these facts.
In a recent study of 22 autopsied cases of ventricular aneurysm at the San Francisco Hospital, I became interested in the electrocardiographic changes as an aid in the diagnosis of this condition. These findings, plus those of certain other authors, form the basis of this report.
I have analyzed nine
STEVEN RA. ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN CARDIAC ANEURYSM1. Ann Intern Med. 1951;34:747–758. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-34-3-747
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