Wellen's sign - ECG


Wellen's syndrome (a.k.a. Wellen’s phenomenon) occurs when biphasic T waves or deep symmetrically inverted T waves are seen in leads V1-V3. Both of these ECG findings are indicative of a severe proximal left anterior descending stenosis (acute or chronic).

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Wellen's Syndrome (Example 1)
Wellen's Syndrome (Example 2)

Wellen's Syndrome (Example 3)

Wellen's Syndrome (Example 4)

Wellen's Syndrome (Example 5)