P-dextrocardiale

P-dex·tro·car·di·a·le

(deks'trō-kar'dē-ā'lē), The final e is not silent.
An electrocardiographic syndrome characteristic of overloading of the right atrium, often called P-pulmonale (erroneously, because the syndrome can result from any overloading of the right atrium [for example, tricuspid stenosis] and independently of cor pulmonale).