Sustained vortex-like waves in normal isolated ventricular muscle.


Sustained reentrant excitation may be initiated in small (20 x 20 x less than 0.6 mm) preparations of normal ventricular muscle. A single appropriately timed premature electrical stimulus applied perpendicularly to the wake of a propagating quasiplanar wavefront gives rise to circulation of self-sustaining excitation waves, which pivot at high frequency (5… (More)


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