Minimal repolarization abnormalities as a manifestation of muscle bridging in asymptomatic adolescent soccer player

Alexander Kisko, Lubica Dernarova, Jan Kmec, Jozef Stasko & Martin Mikulak
Objective: Minimal repolarization ECG changes are quite common in young sportsmen and are generally considered as a benign condition due to cardiovascular adaptation to physical exercise resulting from increased vagal tone. Nevertheless, in some cases other conditions are reasonable and they may have[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]