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Mr. Henry has ST segment elevations in II, III, and aVF along with reciprocal ST depression in I, aVL, and V1—4. Right-sided EKG shows ST elevation in V3—4R. His blood pressure is quite low. Mr. Henry is normally hypertensive. This description is consistent with

▸ extensive anterior MI complicated by cardiogenic shock.

▸ early repolarization.

▸ inferior MI complicated by a right ventricular infarction.

▸ pericarditis.
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