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Title: Spontaneous automaticity of an atriofascicular accessory pathway
Authors: Dora, SK
Tharakan, JA
Valaparambil, A
Namboodiri, N
Nair, K
Peter, T
Keywords: Cardiovascular System & Cardiology
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: EUROPACE
Citation: 8 ,2;140-143
Abstract: In a 12-year-old girt with history of recurrent palpitation, an ambulatory 24 h Hotter electrocardiogram showed a wide QRS complex rhythm with atrioventricular dissociation. During an electrophysiology study, an atriofascicular pathway was diagnosed with an inducible antidromic atrioventricutar re-entrant tachycardia. At slower heart rates, the patient had a wide QRS complex escape rhythm similar to the tachycardia and the pre-excited QRS complex morphology. This indicates the presence of pacemaker-like cells in the atriofascicular accessory pathway giving rise to the wide QRS complex escape rhythm at a slower heart rate.
URI: 10.1093/europace/euj003
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