A forty-six year old female patient with a medical history of asthma and seasonal allergies presented with a two day history of shortness of breath, associated with palpitations. She denied chest pain or diaphoresis. Patient reported past history of similar complains that usually lasted less than two minutes and were relieved with aspirin. The longest episode of palpitations lasted approximately twenty minutes.
Bennin, MD, Charles-Lwanga K. and Chandra, MD, Avinash
"Idiopathic Ventricular Tachycardia Associated With AV Reciprocating Tachycardia,"
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