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Current aspects of atrial fibrillation surgery

trial fibrillation is the most common cardiac arrhythmia with an increasing prevalence with rising age. This review focuses on surgical options in the curative treatment of atrial fibrillation.

Pulmonary valve stenosis due to undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma

Pulmonary artery sarcomas are uncommon intracardiac tumours with poor prognosis. This case report provides insights into the challenges met by cardiologists, radiologists and cardiac surgeons in the management of such cases.

Exercise induced syncope - not always due to the worst cause

Although most of the potentially fatal causes of exercise-induced syncope are usually well known and have a well-defined standard of care based on guidelines, vasodepressor type reflex syncope has only been described in a few case reports.

Recurrent tachycardia during pacemaker interrogation

After the pacemaker implant, no more syncope occurred and the patient was feeling well. During the follow-up visit, recurrent runs of a tachycardia were observed ...

Das paradoxe EKG

Ein 18 jähriger, kreislaufstabiler Patient stellt sich mit einer Breitkomplextachykardie auf der Notfallstation vor ...

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