Cerebral T-waves are deep, symmetric, inverted T-waves seen on an ECG in patients with large intracranial
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Cerebral T-waves are deep, symmetric, inverted T-waves seen on an ECG in patients with large intracranial bleeds.
Note the deep, symmetric, and inverted T-waves, especially noticeable in V3-V6. These are consistent with “Cerebral” T-waves.
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