Published on:14th Oct, 2015
    Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 2015; 6(4):187-188
    Case Report | doi:10.5530/jcdr.2015.4.6

    Five tachycardia mechanisms in a structurally normal heart

    Authors:

    Pranil Gangurde1*, Anirudhha Vyas2 and Yash Lokhandwala3

    1Department of Cardiology, DNB Cardiology Registrar, LTMMG Hospital, Sion, Mumbai-400022, India.

    2Department of Cardiology, EP Fellow, Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai, India.

    3Department of Cardiology, DM Cardiology, LTMMG Hospital, Mumbai-400022, India.

    Abstract:

    A 22 year old man with WPW syndrome and a structurally normal heart was admitted for the treatment of recurrent paroxysmal tachycardia. Induction protocols gave interesting clues for existence of more than one tachycardia mechanism. Five different tachycardia were demonstrated, the substrates being a right free wall accessory pathway (AP), a left lateral AP and dual AV nodal physiology. Successful ablation at 3 sites (lateral tricuspid annulus, lateral mitral annulus and slow pathway) in the same session led to complete elimination of these tachycardia mechanisms.

    Key words: AVRT, His refractory, Outflow VT, Fascicular VT, Slow pathway.

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