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Tachycardiomyopathy a rare manifestation of left ventricular outflow tract tachycardia. Treatment with radiofrequency catheter ablation.

Mora G, Romero N - Indian Pacing Electrophysiol J (2013)

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Affiliation: Associate Professor Department of Internal Medicine, Universidad Nacional de Colombia ; Cardiology Service Fundacion Santafe de Bogota.

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It is recognized that a type of idiopathic ventricular tachycardia (VT) arises from the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT)... This VT exhibits sustained or nonsustained forms, but also appears as frequent premature ventricular contractions (PVCs) of monomorphic QRS morphology... The prognosis is almost uniformly benign... We describe a patient with tachycardiomyopathy resulting from LVOT VT... The VT could not be entrained (suggesting a non-reentrant mechanism)... The earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (Figure 2)... One application of radiofrequency resulted in disappearance of VT. (Figure 3)... Reinduction of VT at baseline and under the effect of isoproterenol did not produce arrhythmias... Interestingly, right ventricular outflow tract (RVOT) and LVOT appear to share the same arrhythmogenic mechanism mediated by triggered activity dependent on delayed after- depolarizations... There were no S waves in lead V6 in any of the groups... The intrinsicoid deflection time in the patients with AMC-VT and anterior MA-VT was significantly greater than that in those with ASC-VT... The origin of tachycardiomyopathy in a ventricular arrhythmia is less common, it has been linked to very frequent premature ventricular contractions, ventricular tachycardia of outflow tract of right ventricle, fascicular tachycardia and bundle-branch reentrant tachycardia... Our patient presents a typical case of tachycardiomyopathy secondary to idiopathic LVOT-VT with full recovery of ventricular function after ablation of the tachycardia focus.

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Activation mapping (3-D mapping system Ensite NavX), the earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (A). Fluoroscopic image in anteroposterior projection (B), the arrow shows the ablation catheter tip.
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Figure 2: Activation mapping (3-D mapping system Ensite NavX), the earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (A). Fluoroscopic image in anteroposterior projection (B), the arrow shows the ablation catheter tip.

Mentions: The mapping and ablation were guided by 3-D mapping system (Ensite NavX) with activation mapping. The VT could not be entrained (suggesting a non-reentrant mechanism). The earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (Figure 2). One application of radiofrequency resulted in disappearance of VT. (Figure 3). Reinduction of VT at baseline and under the effect of isoproterenol did not produce arrhythmias. After one month, the patient was free from any symptoms and the echocardiogram showed reversal of left ventricular dilatation with LVEF 70% (Figure 4)


Tachycardiomyopathy a rare manifestation of left ventricular outflow tract tachycardia. Treatment with radiofrequency catheter ablation.

Mora G, Romero N - Indian Pacing Electrophysiol J (2013)

Activation mapping (3-D mapping system Ensite NavX), the earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (A). Fluoroscopic image in anteroposterior projection (B), the arrow shows the ablation catheter tip.
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Figure 2: Activation mapping (3-D mapping system Ensite NavX), the earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (A). Fluoroscopic image in anteroposterior projection (B), the arrow shows the ablation catheter tip.
Mentions: The mapping and ablation were guided by 3-D mapping system (Ensite NavX) with activation mapping. The VT could not be entrained (suggesting a non-reentrant mechanism). The earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (Figure 2). One application of radiofrequency resulted in disappearance of VT. (Figure 3). Reinduction of VT at baseline and under the effect of isoproterenol did not produce arrhythmias. After one month, the patient was free from any symptoms and the echocardiogram showed reversal of left ventricular dilatation with LVEF 70% (Figure 4)

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Affiliation: Associate Professor Department of Internal Medicine, Universidad Nacional de Colombia ; Cardiology Service Fundacion Santafe de Bogota.

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It is recognized that a type of idiopathic ventricular tachycardia (VT) arises from the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT)... This VT exhibits sustained or nonsustained forms, but also appears as frequent premature ventricular contractions (PVCs) of monomorphic QRS morphology... The prognosis is almost uniformly benign... We describe a patient with tachycardiomyopathy resulting from LVOT VT... The VT could not be entrained (suggesting a non-reentrant mechanism)... The earliest activation in the LVOT was found in aortomitral continuity (Figure 2)... One application of radiofrequency resulted in disappearance of VT. (Figure 3)... Reinduction of VT at baseline and under the effect of isoproterenol did not produce arrhythmias... Interestingly, right ventricular outflow tract (RVOT) and LVOT appear to share the same arrhythmogenic mechanism mediated by triggered activity dependent on delayed after- depolarizations... There were no S waves in lead V6 in any of the groups... The intrinsicoid deflection time in the patients with AMC-VT and anterior MA-VT was significantly greater than that in those with ASC-VT... The origin of tachycardiomyopathy in a ventricular arrhythmia is less common, it has been linked to very frequent premature ventricular contractions, ventricular tachycardia of outflow tract of right ventricle, fascicular tachycardia and bundle-branch reentrant tachycardia... Our patient presents a typical case of tachycardiomyopathy secondary to idiopathic LVOT-VT with full recovery of ventricular function after ablation of the tachycardia focus.

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