A less common, but perhaps more specific, electrocardiogram pattern indicating a dilated cardiomyopathy is left bundle branch block with right axis deviation
An electrocardiogram showed sinus arrhythmia, marked right axis deviation
(+135[degrees] as judged by equally positive QRS complexes in leads II and aVR), and right ventricular enlargement with a qR complex in lead [V.
The electrocardiogram demonstrated right axis deviation
with right ventricular (RV) hypertrophy.
In the absence of an accessory pathway, left axis deviation
of the QRS complex, as seen in this patient's electrocardiogram, is unusual but has been described (1, 2).
Electrocardiography showed sinus rhythm, right axis deviation
, right ventricular hypertrophy.
5 mm) in leads II, III, or aVF [+ or -] QRS complex Right axis deviation
or rightward axis shift+ Clockwise rotation+ Right ventricular conduction delay Right ventricular hypertrophy Pseudoinfarction Inferior+ Anterior Both Left axis deviation
(rarely) ST segment Elevation inferiorly and/or anteriorly Depression T wave Inversion inferiorly+ Inversion anteriorly+ QT prolongation + indicates present on current electrocardiogram; [+ or -] , borderline finding on current electrocardiogram.
Electrocardiography revealed atrial fibrillation with ventricular rate of 100/minute, incomplete right bundle branch block and right axis deviation