Acute Pericarditis Electrocardiographic Changes
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Stage l: Diffuse, concave ST-segment elevation 
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Stage II: ST segments normalize, J point
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Acute Pericarditis Electrocardiographic Changes
Stage l: Diffuse, concave ST-segment elevation
Stage II: ST segments normalize, J point returns to baseline, T-wave amplitude begins to decrease, PR-segment depression begins to appear
Stage Ill: Symmetric, diffuse T-wave inversions
Stage IV: Changes normalize or T-wave inversions may become permanent
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