Independent ablation of retrograde and anterograde accessory connection conduction at the atrial and ventricular insertion sites: evidence supporting the impedance mismatch hypothesis for unidirectional block.

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INTRODUCTION The impedance mismatch hypothesis has been proposed as one of the mechanisms responsible for accessory connection conduction block. METHODS AND RESULTS We describe a case in which retrograde conduction across a posteroseptal accessory connection was ablated at the atrial insertion site in the coronary sinus os, whereas anterograde conduction… (More)

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