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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 Repolarization, 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