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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

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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).
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TABLE 3: Geometric Binocular Vergence at Different Eccentricities in the HMD Vergence Angle Between Visual Axes in HMD Eccentricity Lateral Orientation Vertical Orientation 0 [degrees] 0.573 [degrees] 0.573 [degrees] 5 [degrees] 0.568 [degrees] 0.571 [degrees] 10 [degrees] 0.556 [degrees] 0.564 [degrees] 15 [degrees] 0.535 [degrees] 0.553 [degrees] With the vertical target orientations there was an unexpected finding - that the vergence measured for downward movements was approximately twice the magnitude of the reciprocal movement - and this was observed in all vertically oriented gaze shifts in both displays.
The GFF will function as a meeting-ground for both authors and academics to work together, and both groups might in reciprocal movements be able to overcome the "low brow" stigma that still lingers in Europe, very dissimilar to the US, where the discussion has been laid to rest years ago.
Sometimes the reciprocal movements became so violent that the web tore in places and a few beetles were unexpectedly liberated, only to be ensnared soon thereafter, with a choked buzz, in the rocking mesh once again.