Simultaneous Occurrence of Type A and Type B Wolff-Parkinson-White Conduction Abnormalities: Case Report

Chia, B. L.; Choo, Maurice H.
September 1986
Angiology;Sep1986, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p683
Academic Journal
A 50 year-old woman with recurrent palpitations presented with electrocardiographic changes of simultaneous type A and type B Wolff-Parkinson-White conduction abnormalities suggesting the presence of multiple anomalous pathways.


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