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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Several figures are presented here to demonstrate the different mechanisms of concealed conduction in which microelectrodes were used to record from the A-V node and His-Purkinje system together with simultaneously recorded atrial and ventricular electrograms. Of course, in a standard ECG, one would not be able to determine what was occurring within the specialized A-V conduction system, since only the information provided by the atrial and ventricular electrograms (P wave and QRS complex) would be available for interpretation.
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