benign early repolarisation
ST elevation - usually <5mm (98% of cases)
upward concavity of the initial portion of the ST segment - usually resulting from an elevated J point
notching or slurring of the terminal QRS complex - the J point
almost symmetrical, concordant T waves of large amplitude, although descending part steeper than ascending part
widespread or diffuse distribution of ST elevation usually greatest in V2-5, but not in aVR, and very rarely only in limb leads.
relative temporal stability but may change with autonomic tone
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