16-year-old Caucasian female national level soccer athlete presented for her yearly pre-participation screening as she is part of the soccer team of our federal state:
- The patient was asymptomatic from a cardiovascular perspective with no family history of sudden cardiac death or other cardiovascular disease.
- The athlete plays soccer as an outfield player competitively and is currently training for about 8-10 hours a week.
- Her physical examination was unremarkable.
- The patient’s electrolytes were normal.
A 12-lead ECG is shown below:
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