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The Working Group on ECG-LVH: The annual report 2012

Dear Editor: I welcome the opportunity to submit the Annual Report 2012 of the Working Group on Electrocardiographic Diagnosis of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy (Working Group ECG-LVH). This Working Group was initiated by the Journal of Electrocardiology with the aim to update the conceptual model of the ECG diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy: to shift the interpretation of the ECG beyond the prediction of increased left ventricular mass, to understand underlying myocardial alterations leading to the ECG changes and to predict clinical outcomes. 1,2 </P>In the year 2012, the Working Group ECG-LVH incorporated new members and currently it comprises of the following 10 members: Ljuba Bacharova (Slovakia, the Head); Lia Bang (Denmark); Harvey Estes (USA); Joseph Hill (USA); Peter Macfarlane (UK); Luis Rodriguez-Padial (Spain); Ian Rowlandson (USA); Giuseppe Schillaci (Italy); Douglas Schocken (USA); and David Strauss (USA).</P>Near the end of the previous year, November 28–29, 2011, the 50th Course on Electrocardiography: The International Workshop, was held in Barcelona, Spain. The organizers supported the exchange of non-orthodox opinions of experts, and the following experts were invited to participate at the session on left ventricular hypertrophy: L. Bacharova, V. Barrios, V. Bertomeu, JR González Juanatey, L. Rodriguez Padial, J. Cinca, S. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Electrocardiology Elsevier
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