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An athlete with repolarisation anomaly; Investigation, diagnosis and management

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The authors:

St George’s university of London, UK:
Dr Harshil Dhutia, Cardiology research fellow
Dr Michael Papadakis, Lecturer in cardiology
Prof Sanjay Sharma, Professor of clinical cardiology
on behalf of the EACPR Sports Cardiology Section

Sports Cardiology

The case:

A 17-year-old national rower underwent a 12 lead ECG (below) as part of pre-participation cardiac screening. He was asymptomatic. There was no significant past medical history or drug history. His sister had died suddenly at the age of 22 years and a subsequent autopsy was reported as normal. Cardiovascular examination was normal.



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