Frontiers of Cardiac Electrophysiology

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I: Cardiac electrogenesis.- 1. Disturbances of cardiac electrogenesis.- 2. The role of electrotonus in cardiac electrophysiology.- II: Ventricular repolarization.- 3. T wave abnormalities.- 4. Electrotonic modulation of ventricular repolarization and cardiac memory.- 5. Negative U wave: The clinical significance and the consideration of pathogenesis.- III: Normal and abnormal automaticity.- 6. Physiological basis of normal and abnormal automaticity.- 7. Experiments on abnormal automaticity.- 8. Normal and abnormal ventricular automaticity in the human heart.- 9. Triggered arrhythmias.- 10. The role of triggered activity in clinical arrhythmias.- IV: Ventricular extrasystoles and parasystole.- 11. Models of parasystole and reflection.- 12. Clinical studies on the mechanism of ventricular arrhythmias.- V: Sodium- and calcium-mediated action potentials.- 13. Frequency dependence of artificial slow response excitability.- 14. Role of sodium- and calcium-mediated action potentials in clinical arrhythmias.- 15. Role of the slow inward current in the genesis of cardiac arrhythmias.- 16. Which arrythmias are specifically susceptible to calcium antagonists?.- VI: Normal and abnormal physiology of the AV node.- 17. Propagation through the atrioventricular node: A new hypothesis for an old riddle.- 18. Some examples of Wenckebach periodicity in cardiac tissues, with an appraisal of mechanisms.- 19. The role of the A-V node in supraventricular tachycardias.- VII: Mechanisms of abnormal intraventricular conduction.- 20. Frequency-dependent alterations of conduction in Purkinje fibres. A model of phase-4 facilitation and block.- 21. Recovery of impulse propagation in the bundle branches of the human heart. The different varieties of phase 3 bundle branch block.- 22. Reappraisal of supernormal conduction.- 23. A response to the reappraisal of supernormal conduction.- 24. Mechanism of Mobitz II periodicities.- 25. The different varieties of 2:1 bundle branch block.- VIII: Role of the autonomic nervous system in the genesis of arrhythmias.- 26. Phasic responses of SA and AV nodes to vagal stimulation.- 27. Role of the autonomic nervous system in the genesis of ventricular arrhythmias.- 28. Role of the autonomic nervous system in the genesis of clinical arrhythmias.- IX: Aberrant ventricular conduction.- 29. Aberrant ventricular conduction: experimental studies.- 30. Aberrant ventricular conduction: Electrocardiographic manifestations and mechanism.- 31. Contribution of His bundle recordings to aberrant intraventricular conduction.- X: The natural history of intraventricular block.- 32. The ‘making’ of a bundle branch block.- 33. Contributions of His bundle recordings to understanding intraventricular block: Incidence and prognosis.- XI: Updating the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.- 34. Anatomic substrates of the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.- 35. Physiological properties of accessory pathways.- 36. Variants of the preexcitation syndromes.- 37. Diagnosis and treatment of concealed accessory pathways in patients suffering from paroxysmal AV junctional tachycardia.- Index of subjects.

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