A 2-year-old boy was admitted to our clinic with duplicated urethra, urethral stenosis, bilateral undescended testes, neurogenic bladder dysfunction, vesicoureteral reflux, renal agenesis, cross ectopy
of the right kidney, thoracic kyphoscoliosis and recurrent urinary tract infections.
Chest auscultation revealed audible heart sounds with regular heart rate but occasional ectopy
and prolonged QT syndrome have also been reported.
Conventional techniques required stiff or semi-stiff catheters and their manipulation through the right heart caused ectopy
Simantirakis et al  using a subcutaneously implanted loop recorder, investigated the impact of SRBD treatment by means of continuous positive airway pressure therapy and found a significant reduction in ventricular ectopy
beats in 21 patients with moderate and severe SRBD after 8 weeks of this therapy, and no ectopy
was recorded during the last 6 months of follow-up.
Cardiopulmonary dysfunction also may manifest following SAH as abnormal ECG readings that may show bradycardia, cardiac output prolongation, diffuse S-T changes, and ventricular ectopy
(Zaroff, Rordorf, Newell, Ogilvy, & Levinson, 1999).
Hormonal contraceptive use cervical ectopy
and the acquisition of cervical infections.
Pilot study of the relationship between heart rate and ectopy
and unrestricted vs restricted visiting hours in the coronary care unit.
This article reviews in detail the basic and clinical research studies of fish oil as an antiarrhythmic entity, the forms of preparation and/or administration that appear to possess these properties and those that do not, the types of arrhythmias (ventricular ectopy
and atrial fibrillation as well as ventricular tachyarrhythmias) that have been beneficially affected by fish oil administration, and the presumed and known mechanisms by which the beneficial actions are exerted.
Frequent ventricular ectopy
after exercise as a predictor of death.
Adolescents ate at great risk of acquiring STDs for a number of causes and conditions, for instance (a) social causes such as, lack of easy access to STD services and condom as well as frequent and multiple sexual partners; (b) psychological causes like progression through a development stage that emphasizes sexual risk taking and sexual identity formation; and (c) biological conditions such as cervical ectopy
that facilitate the transmission of certain infectious agents (22-25).
(ectropion or eversion) may also increase vulnerability to HPV and other STIs.