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Figure 3: (a) Lead II and lead V2 of electrocardiogram from case number 3 showing two T waves (marked T1 and T2) after the third QRS with prolongation of R.R interval. Arrow showing sudden termination of the 1st T wave (T1). (b)Lead II and lead V2 of the second print of the same time of stress test. There is no second T wave. (c) Lead II of the first and second prints placed below one another showing that the interval from the end ofT1 to the onset of T2 remained unrecorded in the first print

Figure 3: (a) Lead II and lead V2 of electrocardiogram from case number 3 showing two T waves (marked T1 and T2) after the third QRS with prolongation of R.R interval. Arrow showing sudden termination of the 1st T wave (T1). (b)Lead II and lead V2 of the second print of the same time of stress test. There is no second T wave. (c) Lead II of the  first and second prints placed below one another showing that the interval from the end ofT1 to the onset of T2 remained unrecorded in the  first print