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Focal atrial tachycardia I: clinical features, diagnosis, mechanisms, and anatomic location.

Atrial tachycardia (AT) may be focal or macroreentrant. In this review we will concentrate on focal AT. The diagnosis of focal AT may be made from a standard electrocardiogram (ECG); however, in some cases differentiation from other forms of supraventricular tachycardia may be difficult. Focal AT may be due to several different mechanisms, including abnormal automaticity, triggered activity, and microreentry. Focal AT does not occur randomly throughout the atria but has a characteristic anatomic distribution. In this review, we particularly focus on the clinical features, diagnosis, mechanisms, and anatomic location of focal AT.

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