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The purpose of this study is to examine a normal conduction pathway of the left atrium. During pulmonary vein isolation using a three-dimensional mapping system, we observed the characteristics of the conduction pattern. Subjects consisted of 15 patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (mean age, 62:8 AE 8:4 years). Left atrial activation conduction begins in the interatrial septum, and moves toward the peak of the ridge between the left atrial appendage and left pulmonary vein. In coronarydoi:10.4020/jhrs.26.170 fatcat:bftnsuyfrjbntltxhs3thpftqa