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juvenile pattern

 

Definition: a precordial T-wave inversion, sometimes with J-ST elevations in an electrocardiogram, resembling that seen in normal children, which occurs as a normal variant in some adults, especially black persons, and especially in leads V1, V2, and V3.

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