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Cardioneuroablation for treatment of carotid sinus syndrome secondary to orofarengeal squamoz cell cancer.

INTRODUCTION: Cardioneuroablation may be an alternative to pacing therapy to treat carotid sinus syndrome secondary to inoperable head and neck tumors.

METHODS: We performed, bi-atrial electroanatomic-mapping-guided (a fractionated electrogram-based) cardioneuroablation treatment.

RESULTS: Ablation procedure led to an increase in resting sinus heart rhythm (from 54 to 81 bpm). During the follow-up period of approximately 6 months, neither any bradycardia episodes (sinus bradycardia, sinus pause, AV block, etc.) nor any symptoms were observed in the patient.

CONCLUSION: In this case, we performed successful cardioneuroablation therapy for the first time in a patient with carotid sinus syndrome secondary to oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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