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Aberrant electrical impulses that flow through the cardiac conduction system, which form the basis for some—if not all—supraventricular tachycardia

re-entry

(rē-ĕn′trē)
In cardiology, the cycling of an electrical impulse through conductive tissue that has been recently stimulated. This is the cause of many tachycardic heart rhythms (e.g., those originating in the atrioventricular node).

re-entry

in cardiology, a postulated mechanism by which a premature beat can be coupled to the normal beat.

re-entry tachyarrhythmia
see re-entrant tachyarrhythmia.
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