A 23-year-old female asked:
With repeated ecg, holter monitors, echo, cardiac mri and stress tests would long qt syndrome be obvious to diagnose?
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Internal Medicine - Cardiology 34 years experience
Ecg finding: long qt is an ECG finding, would see it on an ECG, or holter; sometimes situational such as exercise, and a treadmill ecg would pick it up. i don't know of any particular echo or MRI findings per se.
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