Your patient has the following pattern in his ECG: Lead I is positive, leads II and III are negative. There is a persistent S wave in v5 and v6. What's your diagnosis?
Lead I positive, leads II and III negative = extreme left axis deviation.
Extreme left axis deviation + persistent S wave in v5/vv6 = left-anterior hemi-block
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