Published in Cardiovascular Week, February 14th, 2005
According to a report from Italy, "The pathogenesis of U-wave inversion and its clinical value are still not clear, although the U wave was described by Einthoven together with the other electrocardiographic (ECG) waves. Not considered a useful diagnostic clue, it is not usually mentioned in ECG reports."
E. Correale and colleagues of the Azienda Hospital in Caserta noted, "In recent years, stimulated by the long QT syndromes and by the discovery of U-wave changes in some pathologic, mostly cardiac states, this...
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