Normal T waves are upright, except for leads aVR and V1. They are less than 5 mm tall in the limb leads, or 15 mm in the chest leads. Normal T waves tend to be more asymmetric (slower going up and faster coming down) than abnormal T waves.
See also: T and U waves
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