‘P’ pulmonale in ECG suggests

A. Left Atrial Enlargement

B. Right Atrial Enlargement

C. Left Ventricular Enlargement

D. Right Ventricular Enlargement

Which of the following satisfies ECG criteria for diagnosing right atrial enlargement

A. P wave in lead II > 1.5 mm

B. P wave in lead III > 1.5 mm

C. P wave in lead aVF > 1.5 mm

D. P wave in lead V1 > 1.5 mm

Most common cause of ‘P’ pulmonale is

A. Mitral stenosis

B. Tetralogy of Fallot


D. Pulmonary cause

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