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Cardiologie pp 251-259 | Cite as

30 Pathofysiologische grondslagen van ritmestoornissen

  • R. Coronel
Part of the Quintessens book series (QUI)

Samenvatting

Van oudsher worden de mechanismen van hartritmestoornissen onderverdeeld in stoornissen in de prikkelvorming en in stoornissen in de prikkelgeleiding. Progressie in het wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar hartritmestoornissen heeft geleid tot een beschrijving van nieuwe mechanismen, zoals die van de fibrillatoire geleiding, die niet in het bestaande stramien kunnen worden ondergebracht. In dit hoofdstuk wordt daarom een andere indeling gebruikt, waarin de oude indeling overigens eenvoudig is te herkennen (tabel 30.1).

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, Houten 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Coronel
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  1. 1.Academisch Medisch Centrum-Universiteit van AmsterdamAmsterdam

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