Thursday, April 25, 2019

Why is low voltage ECG seen in cardiac amyloidosis?

Short post because it is a cool fact!

Amyloid fibrils lead to deposition of completely electrically silent material in the myocardium, which is not detected by ECG. It results in low voltage in limb leads (<5 mm="" o:p="">


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