Problems Concerning Assessment of Anatomical Site of Accessory Pathway in Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. Spurrel, R., Krikler, D., & Sowton, E. j-BHJ, 3:127--135, 1975.
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@Article{RSM:Spu75,
  author =       "R.A.J. Spurrel and D.M. Krikler and E. Sowton",
  title =        "Problems Concerning Assessment of Anatomical Site of
                 Accessory Pathway in {Wolff-Parkinson-White} Syndrome",
  journal =      j-BHJ,
  year =         "1975",
  volume =       "3",
  pages =        "127--135",
  robnote =      "This early article describes two patients in which
                 surface ECG's would have led to incorrect diagnosis of
                 the location of the accessory pathway in WPW. It serves
                 as a bit of warning, but also indicates how one should
                 go about looking at WPW and analyzing the signals both
                 from the surface and from a number of catheter and
                 epicardial electrodes., Arrhythm018",
}

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