Difference between revisions of "Bundle-branch re-entrant tachycardia"

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| animationdesc = '''This movie shows a computer model of bundle branch re-entrant tachycardia in the human heart. The VT in this example is initiated by a ventricular extrasystole and maintained by re-entry through the ventricular conduction system.<cite>tentusscher</cite> In reality, this is possibly not the etiology of VT in diseased hearts, however it is very illustrative.''' Read [[Copyright|this]] if you want to use this image in a presentation. [[Media:TenTusscherBBR.swf|Link to the FILE / enlargement]].
 
| animationdesc = '''This movie shows a computer model of bundle branch re-entrant tachycardia in the human heart. The VT in this example is initiated by a ventricular extrasystole and maintained by re-entry through the ventricular conduction system.<cite>tentusscher</cite> In reality, this is possibly not the etiology of VT in diseased hearts, however it is very illustrative.''' Read [[Copyright|this]] if you want to use this image in a presentation. [[Media:TenTusscherBBR.swf|Link to the FILE / enlargement]].
 
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Latest revision as of 14:50, 12 December 2011

This is part of: Ventricular Arrhythmias
Bundle-branch re-entrant tachycardia
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Ventricular tachycardia resulting from re-entry in the His-Purkinje system, often with left bundle branch block configuration. Can occur in cardiomyopathy. BBR VT is extremely rare and this diagnosis is difficult to make on an ECG. However, during an electrophysiologic study this diagnosis can be made.

References

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