Hegglin syndrome

Hegg·lin syn·drome

(heg'lin),
dissociation between electromechanical systole (QSII interval) and electrical systole (QT interval) so that the second heart tone (SII) is recorded before the end of the T wave; described by Hegglin as an energy-dynamic cardiac insufficiency during diabetic coma and other metabolic disorders.

Hegg·lin syn·drome

(heg'lin sin'drōm)
electrocardiography Dissociation between electromechanical systole (QS2 interval) and electrical systole (QT interval) so that the second heart tone (SII) is recorded before the end of the T wave; described by Hegglin as an energy-dynamic cardiac insufficiency during diabetic coma and other metabolic disorders.

Hegglin,

Robert M.P., Swiss internist, 1907-1970.
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Hegglin syndrome - an energy-dynamic cardiac insufficiency during diabetic coma and other metabolic disorders. Synonym(s): May-Hegglin syndrome
May-Hegglin anomaly - Synonym(s): Hegglin anomaly
May-Hegglin syndrome - Synonym(s): Hegglin syndrome