An unusual cause of lone atrial fibrillation in a young female subject due to a rapid-cycling focal atrial trigger

Introduction Lone atrial fibrillation (AF) refers to the occurrence of AF in patients with structurally normal heart with normal function. Lone AF is uncommon in children, with an estimated prevalence of 7.5/100,000 patients, though it appears to be more common with increasing age, in male subjects, and in obese children. Electrophysiology (EP) studies have… CONTINUE READING