Letter by Debruyne Regarding Article, “Targets and End Points in Cardiac Autonomic Denervation Procedures”
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To the Editor:
I read with interest the article by Dr Rivarola et al1 entitled Targets and End Points in Cardiac Autonomic Denervation Procedures.
The authors studied physiological changes during ablations in patients with cardioinhibitory syncope, with advanced atrioventricular block and with sinus arrest. Their procedure involved a left side ablation, targeting first the inferior right ganglionated plexus, then the anterior right ganglionated plexus followed by a right side approach targeting the right posterior and right inferior right atrium. They found that ablation at specific sites at the interatrial septum (IAS) is associated with …