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The bypass tracts of the WFW syndrome may be situated anywhere along the AV ring. Accurate localization of such tracts has in the past been largely effected by electrophysiologic studies, particularly epicardial mapping. During recent years, however, criteria for localization of the bypass tracts from the conventional 12-lead ECG have become increasingly… (More)
The differentiation of ventricular tachycardia from supraventricular conducted with aberration constitutes a perennial challenge. We report a new surface ECG clue, hitherto undescribed, the presence of which, during wide QRS tachycardia, indicates that the tachycardia in question is ventricular rather than supraventricular with aberrant conduction.
Ankle injuries gain importance because body weight is transmitted through it and locomotion depends upon the stability of this joint. Malleolar fractures are one of the most common fractures in orthopaedic traumatology. As with all intra articular fractures, malleolar fractures necessitate accurate reduction and stable internal fixation. Previously most of… (More)