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Inferior (diaphragmatic) left ventricular infarction (after the first 24 h).

Inferior (diaphragmatic) left ventricular infarction (after the first 24 h).
Inferior (diaphragmatic) left ventricular infarction (after the first 24 h).

Significant Q waves develop with decreasing ST-segment elevation in leads II, III, and aVF.