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Aims The typical Brugada ECG pattern consists of a prominent J-wave associated with ST-segment elevation localized in the right precordial leads V1-V3. In many patients, the ECG presents periods of transient normalization and the Brugada-phenotype can be unmasked by the administration of class-I antiarrhythmics. Reports have documented the heterogeneity of the Brugada syndrome ECG-phenotype characterized by unusual localization of the ECG abnormalities in the inferior leads. Case report Adoi:10.1093/europace/euj045 pmid:16627450 fatcat:v3xcxunl3rhvvg4y5givrtc6y4