A 76-year-old man is admitted for a nonhealing ulcer and cellulitis of his right leg. He has known diabetes mellitus that has been poorly controlled. He has no known cardiac disease but has hypertension, for which he is taking a β-blocker and an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor. An ECG is obtained on admission (Figure). What is the diagnosis?
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