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Fig. 6. This patient presented with extensive anterolateral infarction. Note the massive ST elevation in the anterolateral leads, frequently called "tombstones." (A) Thirty-five minutes later, he developed VT, with hemodynamic collapse. (B) Although a countershock restored sinus rhythm, the patient developed cardiogenic shock and died.

Fig. 6. This patient presented with extensive anterolateral infarction. Note the massive ST elevation in the anterolateral leads, frequently called "tombstones." (A) Thirty-five minutes later, he developed VT, with hemodynamic collapse. (B) Although a countershock restored sinus rhythm, the patient developed cardiogenic shock and died.

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