Diagnostic value of recovery time measured by body surface mapping in patients with congenital long QT syndrome. Shimizu, W.; Kamakura, S.; Ohe, T.; Kurita, T.; Takaki, H.; Aihara, N.; and Shimomura, K. j-AJC, 74(8):780--5, 1994.
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@Article{RSM:Shi94,
  author =       "W. Shimizu and S. Kamakura and T. Ohe and T. Kurita
                 and H. Takaki and N. Aihara and K. Shimomura",
  title =        "Diagnostic value of recovery time measured by body
                 surface mapping in patients with congenital long {QT}
                 syndrome.",
  journal =      j-AJC,
  year =         "1994",
  volume =       "74",
  number =       "8",
  pages =        "780--5",
  robnote =      "The purpose of this study was to examine the value of
                 the body surface recovery time measured by 87-lead body
                 surface mapping for detecting LQTS.The recovery time
                 (RT), that is, the interval between QRS onset and the
                 time of maximum dV/dt in the ST-T segment, was measured
                 automatically by computer from each of the 87 mapping
                 leads, and the corrected RT (RTc) was calculated by
                 Bazett's method. LQTS, SCOR",
}
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