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In this study, we sought to find a relation between the infarct size and the change in the QRS axis after thrombolytic therapy. Conclusion: The change in the QRS axis is rarely emphasized, providing a practical and promising tool for evaluating both the efficiency of the thrombolytic therapy and prognostic infarct sizing.

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Anterior Miyokard İnfarktı

Objectives: We investigated the presence of collateral circulation CC during early period of acute myocardial infarction AMI and evaluated its relationship with clinical, electrocardiographic, and angiographic parameters. The presence of Q waves and reciprocal ST-segment changes were evaluated on initial electrocardiograms. Collateral circulation to the IRA was graded according to the Rentrop scoring system. Results: Collateral circulation to the IRA was detected in 31 patients Infarct-related artery was the left anterior descending LAD coronary artery in 43 patients


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