Tuesday, 25 May 2010

MSA Academic Quiz - Week 6



Please  answer in the comment section below according to the following  format:


Answer  for ECG must follow the following format:

1. What do you see in the ECG?
2. What is your interpretation?

Example of answer:
1.  Rhythm sinus, Axis normal, QRS duration is 80ms, No ST elevation.
2.  Normal ECG.

Answer  for Spot Diagnosis:

The first entry with the  correct answers and a correctly-filled form  will be picked as the  winner. Entries must be sent before 10 a.m.  on the 30th of  May 2010.

Questions can be downloaded here.

Note:  Your entry will not appear on the comments section until the quiz  has  ended.


  1. name: chong kok hung
    group: 37
    course: 6th year
    ecg:normal axis, atrial fibrillation (no P, irregularly irregular ventricular response, fibrillary waves), LBBB (broad QRS in V1, no secondary R wave in V1, no Q waves in lateral leads, ST elevation in V1-V4, T wave inverted in I and aVL). Atrial fibrillation and left bundle branch block (LBBB).
    spot diagnosis: cystic adenoma of the pancreas

  2. Lim Shu Yu
    Group 35
    6th course

    ECG Answers:
    Normal axis, no P waves, irregular baseline(fibrillation waves), flutter-like waves seen in V1, broad QRS complexes, deep S in V1-V4, LBBB pattern best seen in lead I and V5, elevated ST segment in V1-V4, high T waves in V2-V4 resembling hyperkalemia.

    Atrial fibrillation with left bundle branch block and Hyperkalemia.

    Spot Diagnosis:
    Pancreatic cyst- can be cystic adenoma or pancreatic pseudocyst.