Chronic atrial fibrillation--epidemiologic features and 14 year follow-up: a case control study.


In a randomly selected population of 9067 individuals, 32-64 years of age in 1967-1970, 25 (0.28%) had chronic atrial fibrillation (CAF). Eight had lone atrial fibrillation. In 1984 the cases were compared with an age- and sex-matched control group of 50 and found to have more cerebrovascular accidents (6 versus 2; P less than 0.05), congestive heart… (More)


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