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Asynchronic and hypokinetic movement of the left ventricular posterior wall due to preexcitation syndrome
  1. R M Reyes,
  2. R P Peinado,
  3. J M O Ruiz
  1. rmartinreyes@yahoo.es

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A 30-year-old professional male cyclist presented with palpitations and a wide irregular QRS complex tachycardia on electrocardiography, which spontaneously reverted to sinus rhythm. A pre-excitation pattern suggestive of a left posteroseptal accessory pathway was observed (panel A). An M-mode echocardiogram, parasternal long-axis …

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