A congenital condition in which the heart’s position is reversed. With dextrocardia, the apex (tip) of the heart is in the right chest rather than in its normal position on the left. This makes the limb leads of an electrocardiogram appear like left/right arm lead reversal, and abnormal transition in the chest leads.
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