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|Title:||Coronary sinus isolation: no myth but reality|
|Citation:||Pace-pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology, 2012; 35(11):322-324|
|Publisher:||Futura Publ Co|
|Sachin Nayyar, Hany Abed, Kurt C. Roberts-Thomson, and Prashanthan Sanders|
|Abstract:||Coronary sinus (CS) has muscular connections with atria and is often targeted to complete left atrial ablation for curing atrial fibrillation; however, complete CS isolation is difficult to achieve with hard end points. We present a distinctive case of complete isolation of CS that had an unusual muscular connection.|
|Keywords:||coronary sinus; atrial fibrillation; ablation|
|Rights:||© 2012, The Authors|
|Appears in Collections:||Medicine publications|
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