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Dr Andrew D’Silva, Cardiology Research Fellow, St George’s University of LondonDr Michael Papadakis, Lecturer in Cardiology, St George’s University of LondonProf Sanjay Sharma, Professor of Clinical Cardiology, St George’s University of London
A 14 year old Caucasian boy had a 12-lead ECG performed as part of a voluntary cardiovascular screening event for young individuals. He had no symptoms, past medical history or significant family history. He played on average 3 hours of football and rugby per week.His 12 lead ECG is presented below.
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for further reading: Atrial Spetal Defects in the Adult: Recent Progress and Overview.Webb G et al.Circulation. 2006;114:1645-1653 Pathophysiology of Congenital Heart disease in the Adult: Part I: Shunt LesionsSommer RJ et al.Circulation. 2008;117:1090-1099