What do you have to consider when there are persistent ST wave elevations?

Persistent ST segment elevation, often starting from the ascending S, is a sign of a ventricular aneurysm. Aneurysms are most frequent after large anterior infarctions in the area of the apex. Here, persistent ST segment elevation is found in the anterior leads V1 to V5.

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