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Figure 1: The electrocardiogram on arrival shows sinus tachycardia, incomplete right bundle branch block, left atrial enlargement, an S wave in lead I and a Q wave in lead III, T wave inversion in leads V1–V3, ST elevation in leads aVR and V1, and ST depression in leads I, II, III, aVF, and V4–V6, indicating hemodynamic instability from an acute pulmonary embolism (a). The electrocardiogram after hospital discharge reveals resolution of T wave inversion in leads V1–V3 and incomplete right bundle branch block, suggesting recovery from the right ventricular dysfunction (b)

Figure 1: The electrocardiogram on arrival shows sinus tachycardia, incomplete right bundle branch block, left atrial enlargement, an S wave in lead I and a Q wave in lead III, T wave inversion in leads V1–V3, ST elevation in leads aVR and V1, and ST depression in leads I, II, III, aVF, and V4–V6, indicating hemodynamic instability from an acute pulmonary embolism (a). The electrocardiogram after hospital discharge reveals resolution of T wave inversion in leads V1–V3 and incomplete right bundle branch block, suggesting recovery from the right ventricular dysfunction (b)