Premature junctional complex

A premature junctional complex is an extra beat that originates from the AV node. This causes an extra QRS complex with either an absent or retrograde P wave. The QRS complex can be conducted normally through the ventricles (narrow) or conducted with aberrancy (wide).

See also: Extra Beats

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