Catheter ablation of atrial flutter.


Typical atrial flutter in humans is the consequence of a stable macro-reentrant circuit produced by the unique right atrial architecture providing anatomic barriers and functional blocks to conduction. Mapping studies have indicated that the so-called isthmus between the inferior aspect of the tricuspid annulus and the ostium of the inferior caval vein is a… (More)


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