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Figure 3: Typical ECG from a young man with ARVD with enlargement of some leads to stress the epsilon wave in right precordial leads as opposed to the left precordial leads. A so-called “more than complete right bundle branch block,” meaning that an epsilon wave present on top of RBBB is apparent in the right precordial leads. The “?” sign stresses the limits of epsilon wave detection on a single lead. Arrows: Epsilon waves. ECG=Electrocardiogram, ARVD=Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia, RBBB=Right bundle branch block. With permission from Dr. Guy Hugues Fontaine

Figure 3: Typical ECG from a young man with ARVD with enlargement of some leads to stress the epsilon wave in right precordial leads as opposed to the left precordial leads. A so-called “more than complete right bundle branch block,” meaning that an epsilon wave present on top of RBBB is apparent in the right precordial leads. The “?” sign stresses the limits of epsilon wave detection on a single lead. Arrows: Epsilon waves. ECG=Electrocardiogram, ARVD=Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia, RBBB=Right bundle branch block. With permission from Dr. Guy Hugues Fontaine