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the act of changing or being changed from one position, direction, or course to the opposite

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the layer of air near the earth is cooler than an overlying layer

abnormal condition in which an organ is turned inward or inside out (as when the upper part of the uterus is pulled into the cervical canal after childbirth)

a chemical process in which the direction of optical rotation of a substance is reversed from dextrorotatory to levorotary or vice versa

(genetics) a kind of mutation in which the order of the genes in a section of a chromosome is reversed

the reversal of the normal order of words

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(counterpoint) a variation of a melody or part in which ascending intervals are replaced by descending intervals and vice versa

a term formerly used to mean taking on the gender role of the opposite sex

turning upside down

the act of turning inside out

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In our study ECG abnormalities like sinus bradycardia, ventricular premature contraction, T-wave inversion and left anterior hemiblock occurred in our patients who did not have any symptoms regarding cardiovascular system involvement.
The ECG was assessed for heart rate (HR), rhythm, S wave in lead I,SIQIIITIII pattern, Q wave /T wave inversion in lead III, incomplete or complete right bundle branch block (RBBB), ST-segment elevations/depressions, and T-wave inversions (TWI).
Ischemic ECG changes (i.e., new T-wave inversions, new Q waves, new LBBB, ST-segment elevations, and ST-segment depressions) were found 88% of the time.
There are many papers on differential diagnosis of ST-segment depression and T-wave inversion but only a few of these mentions that MVP could be incriminated [2-5].
ECG findings consistent with pulmonary hypertension and RV ischemia and strain, including complete and incomplete right bundle branch block (RBBB), ST-segment changes and T-wave inversions, the S1Q3T3 pattern, and non-sinus rhythm, had been observed more frequently in patients with RV pressure load (7-9).
Interestingly, serial ECGs demonstrated resolution of his ST segment elevation after four hours, upon which diffuse and deep inferolateral T-wave inversion became prevalent.
Regrettably, given that T-wave inversion is a challenging expression of either functional or structural anomalies, it should first be regarded as abnormal adaptation to exercise (chiefly LV hypertrophy), especially in adolescents.
Those who were Le(a-b-) and had either major or minor ST depression or T-wave inversion on their baseline resting ECG proved to be at an adjusted 26-fold increased risk of subsequent death due to ischemic heart disease.
Electrocardiograph showed t-wave inversion in anterior chest leads.
We found an increase in mean HR (from 65 beats/min to 85 beats/min) and ECG changes in the form of ST segment depression and T-wave inversion in leads II, III, aVF, V4-V6 [Figure 1]b.
* R-wave voltage was greater than 5 mm in V1 with ST segment depression and T-wave inversion in V1-V3.
Correcting for arm-lead reversal, one can also recognize the changes of acute inferior myocardial infarction: large Q waves, ST-segment elevation, and T-wave inversion in the inferior leads with reciprocal tall R waves, ST-segment depression, and upright T waves in true leads I and aVL.
Results: Biphasic T-wave inversion was seen most commonly in leads v2-v3 in 26 (26%) patients, and in leads v2-v4 in 25 (25%) patients.