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Delayed Response to Radiofrequency Ablation of Accessory Connections

By Macdonald Dick, Parvin C. Dorostkar, Gerald Serwer and Brian Armstrong


This article summarizes delayed interruption in anomaJous conduction through accessory connections following radio/requency ablation attempts in three patients. The time course of the delayed interruption in accessory connection conduction suggests that such an effect is unlikely to occur after the first week following unsuccessful radiofrequency ablation. (PACE, Vol. 16, November 1993] ablation, children, radiofrequency, supraventricular tachycardia, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrom

Year: 2016
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