Almost Misdiagnosed: Utilization of Romhilt-Estes Electrocardiographic Criteria for Left Ventricular Hypertrophy


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Abstract

The diagnosis of hypertension is based on explicit guidelines presented by the Joint National Committee on Hypertension, but the methodology one uses to obtain the necessary data is up to the individual practitioner. The following case study demonstrates the necessity for the use of the most accurate and precise equipment and criteria to ensure a correct diagnosis of hypertension.

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