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A case with Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome first presented with a devastating event: aborted sudden cardiac death.

@article{Ulger2009ACW,
  title={A case with Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome first presented with a devastating event: aborted sudden cardiac death.},
  author={Zulal Ulger and Bulent Karapinar and Bedir Akyol and Mehmet Tayyip Arslan and Ert{\"u}rk Levent and Arif Ruhi Ozy{\"u}rek},
  journal={Anadolu kardiyoloji dergisi : AKD = the Anatolian journal of cardiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={
          70-1
        }
}
μmol/l p=0.045), there was also a significant decrease in homocysteine levels at the end of 3rd month of metoprolol use when compared to baseline homocysteine levels (12.9±5.4 μmol/l vs 10.4±3.1 μmol/l p=0.011) and there was a significant difference in homocysteine levels between between 3rd and 6th months (11.7±3.6 μmol/l vs 10.4±3.1 μmol/l p=0.010). In accordance with previous findings (2-5), we found that betablocker therapy significantly decreased homocysteine levels in patients with CAE… 
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