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\nOten, EKGs show Poor-R-Wave Progression, changes in anterolateral
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I frequently end up in hospital, with angina types of pains.

Oten, EKGs show Poor-R-Wave Progression, changes in anterolateral
leads, (non MI), and more recently, an EKG showed atypical Q Wave in Lead
III.

More often than not, I end up with Junior doctors who say that those are cardiac events, not heart attacks, and they don't really know what's happening.

Anyone else has those?

Thank you
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