Namtvedt et al., "Biomarkers of cardiovascular injury and stress are associated with increased frequency of ventricular ectopy
: a population-based study," BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, vol.
Catheter ablation of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation initiated by non-pulmonary vein ectopy
However, the onset of hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia with thiazides or loop diuretics may lead to increased ventricular ectopy
and an increased incidence of sudden death."
On the other hand, we have found graphic similarity between acetowhite temporal patterns of cervical tissues considering normal (ectopy
and inflammation) and abnormal cases (LSIL and HSIL).
Interestingly, there was no recorded prolongation of QT interval on ECGs, episodes of Torsade's de Pointes, or ventricular ectopy
recorded during the patient's stay in the telemetry unit.
The reported ECG changes include 1st-degree atrioventricular block, ventricular ectopy
, atrial fibrillation, and inferior ST elevation .
Among patients, 47 (51%) presented ectopy
, 33 (38%) agenesis, and 10 (11%) hypoplasia of the thyroid gland.
Lauer, "Frequent ventricular ectopy
after exercise as a predictor of death," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
Thyroid dysgenesis, including agenesis, ectopy
and hypoplasia of the gland, is the most frequent cause of congenital hypothyroidism (80-85%); defects in thyroid hormone synthesis (i.e.
(8,17,18) It is related to the more intense sexual activity in this age (that favors the infection) as well as to an anatomical characteristic of the young women (cervical ectopy
) that exposes the columnar epithelium in the ectocervix, making it more vulnerable to pathogen infections.
in adolescent girls with and without human immunodeficiency virus infection.
was 5374, with 390 V-Runs and 680 V-Pairs, Ventricular Bigeminy events were 31 and ventricular Trigeminy events were 6.