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Human Study of Biatrial Electrical Coupling: Determinants of Endocardial Septal Activation and Conduction Over Interatrial Connections
Background-The relative contribution of the atrial septum and interatrial connections to biatrial activation is a fundamental concept of human cardiac electrophysiology that has yet to be fully characterized. The purpose of the present study was to determine how both atria are coupled electrically. Methods and Results-Twenty patients (16 men; mean age 54Ϯ11years) with a history of symptomatic atrial fibrillation (AF) underwent simultaneous biatrial noncontact mapping before catheter ablation ofdoi:10.1161/01.cir.0000144461.83835.a1 pmid:15466628 fatcat:6bpc7iiblzacropphphdixjzbi