January 29th Question
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A 51-year-old woman with asthma and recurrent palpitations for one and half year presented to Emergency Department in wide complex tachycardia and was electrically cardioverted. In the electrophysiology laboratory, both wide complex and narrow complex tachycardias were inducible with programmed electric stimulation. What can be surmised about the tachycardia shown in Figure based on the transition that occurred during manipulation of the mapping/ablation catheter …