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R wave amplitude in V5 or V6 should be compared to what?
S wave amplitude in V1 or V2
Look for amplitude of V5 or V6 R-wave added to amplitude of V1 or V2 S-wave to exceed what?
35 mm
Look for R wave in V5 to exceed what?
26 mm
Look for an R-wave over 26 mm in which lead?
V5
Look for R wave in V6 to exceed what?
18 mm
Look for an R-wave over 18 mm in which lead?
V6
Look for R wave in V6 to exceed R-wave in which lead?
V5

(The opposite is true in a normal EKG.)
Look for R wave in V5 to be smaller than R wave in which lead?
V6

(The opposite is true in a normal EKG.)
Look for R wave in AVL that exceeds what?
13 mm
Look for R wave in AVF that exceeds what?
21 mm
Look for R wave in Lead I that exceeds what?
14 mm
Look for R wave in Lead I plus S wave in Lead III that exceeds what?
25 mm
Common theme for the many Left Ventricular Hypertrophy diagnosis criteria
Increased amplitude in R-waves in leads over left ventrical and S-waves in leads over right ventrical.
EKG criteria for left ventricular hypertrophy are of little value in individuals under what age?
35 years
Basis for EKG diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy
increased amplitude of R-waves in leads overlying left ventrical