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In March 2015, a 62-year-old patient with advanced heart failure underwent a failed radiofrequency ablation, followed by paresis of muscles in the anterior compartment of the leg. After rehabilitation, partial recovery of the paresis was achieved. Orthotopic heart transplantation was performed 9 months after ablation at the at the Institute of Cardiology, followed by a bilateral paresis of muscles in the anterior leg compartment. Rehabilitation was implemented. The possible cause of paresis isdoi:10.15829/1560-4071-2020-3790 fatcat:lnjpd6tklrfkxlwrrtxcct33bu