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# [[Syncope in an old
# [[Syncope in an old ]]
Revision as of 11:14, 4 November 2009
These Rhythm Puzzles have been published in the Netherlands Heart Journal and are reproduced here with permission from the publisher, Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.
- Wide QRS complexes in the setting of acute myocardial infarction: good news or bad?
- Just an ordinary flutter?
- Wide complexes intervening regular sinus rhythm - 3
- Wide complexes intervening regular sinus rhythm - 4
- The ECG of a cardiomyopathy - 2
- Wide complexes intervening regular sinus rhythm - 2
- Palpitations after a MAZE procedure
- Abnormal repolarisation, spot diagnosis?
- An irregular rhythm at older age
- Palpitations all the time
- Five years of palpitations
- An abnormal ECG?
- Right you are
- Should I be worried?
- A pre-excited wide QRS complex: is that all there is?
- An old lady with chest pain
- Palpitations and dizziness in a 65-year-old-man
- A narrow QRS complex tachycardia sensitive to Isoptin
- And what about the ECG?
- Palpitations again, have a closer look
- Wide complexes intervening regular sinus rhythm
- ECG puzzle: Appearances can be deceiving
- Where do the extras come from?
- 'The turtle and the hare'
- Now you see it, now you don't
- It's not what you think it is
- One is enough, two is too many
- The ECG of a (cardio)myopathy?
- The ions have it