Loss of ventricular preexcitation during noninvasive testing does not exclude high-risk accessory pathways: A multicenter study of WPW in children

Carolina A. Escudero, Scott R. Ceresnak, Kathryn K. Collins, Robert H. Pass, Peter F. Aziz, Andrew D. Blaufox, Michel Cabrera Ortega, Bryan C. Cannon, Mitchell I. Cohen, Brynn E. Dechert, Anne M. Dubin, Kara S. Motonaga, Michael R. Epstein, Christopher C. Erickson, Steven B. Fishberger, Gregory J. Gates, Christine A. Capone, Lynn Nappo, Naomi J. Kertesz, Jeffrey J. KimSantiago O. Valdes, Peter Kubuš, Ian H. Law, Jennifer Maldonado, Jeremy P. Moore, James C. Perry, Shubhayan Sanatani, Stephen P. Seslar, Ira Shetty, Frank J. Zimmerman, Jonathan R. Skinner, Luciana Marcondes, Elizabeth A. Stephenson, Hiroko Asakai, Ronn E. Tanel, Orhan Uzun, Susan P. Etheridge, Christopher M. Janson

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