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nostic distinction between BrP and true congenital BrS focuses on a few key features. First, patients with BrP have a reversible underlying condition, such as adrenal insufficiency, hypokalemia, or myocardial ischemia, that elicits or induces the Brugada ECG pattern. Once this underlying condition resolves, there is prompt normalization of the ECG. Second, patients with BrP have a low clinical pretest probability of true congenital BrS as opposed to a high clinical pretest probability indoi:10.14744/anatoljcardiol.2018.43789 pmid:30520428 fatcat:mlwi4ckzh5e2jhd76ct4mgfkyu