• Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome often mimics myocardial infarction. Q-wave—T-wave discordance (upright T waves in the inferior leads with inferior Q waves) is normally found in Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome as a result of secondary repolarization changes. We evaluated Q-wave—T-wave concordance as a result of an inferoposterior infarction and documented it with electrocardiographic, enzyme, and catheterization data.
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