Solitary papillary muscle hypertrophy in young athletes: a rationale for inverted T-waves on ECG?

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The underlying mechanisms of inverted T-waves on electrocardiograms (ECGs) in athletes are constantly under investigation. We describe solitary papillary muscle hypertrophy as a possible cause of inverted T-waves on ECG in two young trained soccer players.

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