Table of Contents

Anatomy of the heart : the importance of imaging techniques correlations.
Electrocardiographic changes secondary to myocardial ischaemia.
Electrocardiographic pattern of ischaemia : T-wave abnormalities.
Electrocardiographic pattern of injury : ST-segment abnormalities.
Electrocardiographic pattern of necrosis : abnormal Q wave.
Acute and chronic ischaemic heart diseases : definition of concepts and classification.
Patients with acute chest pain : role of ECG and its correlations.
Acute coronary syndrome : unstable angina and acute myocardial infarction.
Myocardial infarction with Q wave.
Myocardial infarction without Q waves or equivalent : acute and chronic phase.
Clinical settings with angina outside the ACS.
Silent ischaemia.
Usefulness and limitations of ECG in chronic ischaemic heart disease.
ECG as predictor of ischaemic heart disease.