Suspended Heart Syndrome

A radiological finding in which the heart appears as if suspended in the mid-thorax—i.e., cardio-thoracic ‘separation’—when viewed in a left oblique and occasionally in the right oblique position; the ‘syndrome’ is accompanied by low T waves in the II lead and a prominent ST depression in the III lead and has no known clinical significance
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