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What are the normal direction of the QRS complex in lead aVR results from the?



A. Repolarization of the ventricular endocardial surface before the epicardial surface.
B. Depolarization of the ventricular septum before the left ventricular wall
C. Conduction delay caused by the AV-node
D. Wave of depolarization moving away from the positive electrode.
E. Depolarization of the right ventricle before the left ventricle.

This question is part of Sem1Mini3 - ECG MCQ
Asked by BLACKMD, Last updated: Feb 12, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Jan 01, 2017

Wave of depolarization moving away from the positive electrode.
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