RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION WPW SYNDROME IN PATIENT WITH EBSTEIN'S ANOMALY

Abstract


The case history of 19-year old patient with Ebstein's anomaly and WPW syndrome, which was held surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias by radiofrequency ablation is described. 3-year observation of patient confirmed the success of the operation – absence episodes of arrhythmia

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