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Figure 2: Electrocardiographic characteristics of Brugada pattern in precordial leads. electrocardiography in Brugada Syndrome. Type 1: Coved ST-elevation ≥2 mm followed by T wave deflection. Type 2: Gradually decreasing ST-elevation with saddleback pattern with positive or biphasic T wave and Type 3: coved or saddleback with ≥1 mm ST-elevation.[32] From: Wilde AA, Antzelevitch C, Borggrefe M et al.; Study Group on the Molecular basis of arrhythmias of the European Society of Cardiology. Proposed diagnostic criteria for the Brugada syndrome. Eur Heart J 2002;23:1648-54

Figure 2: Electrocardiographic characteristics of Brugada pattern in precordial leads. electrocardiography in Brugada Syndrome. Type 1: Coved ST-elevation ≥2 mm followed by T wave deflection. Type 2: Gradually decreasing ST-elevation with saddleback pattern with positive or biphasic T wave and Type 3: coved or saddleback with ≥1 mm ST-elevation.<sup>[32]</sup> From: Wilde AA, Antzelevitch C, Borggrefe M <i>et al</i>.; Study Group on the Molecular basis of arrhythmias of the European Society of Cardiology. Proposed diagnostic criteria for the Brugada syndrome. Eur Heart J 2002;23:1648-54