Coronary artery percutaneous revascularization can be my bes
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Atrial fibrillation is the most common cardiac arrhythmia accounts in clinical practice. Its incidence increases with age, with most forms of cardiac and some pulmonary diseases and with a number of metabolic, toxic, endocrine, or genetic abnormalities .In spite of simplicity of diagnosis, patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) are difficult to treat and at risk for cardiac origin thromboembolic events. In the recent years with the description of the phenomenon called remodeling, it has been possible to better define the principal mechanisms responsible for initiation, maintenance and in some instances, termination of AF. Electrical, mechanical and anatomical remodeling indicates those alterations.We describe the case of a 78 year-old male patient with multivessel disease who refused surgical revascularization. His resting ECG showed atrial fibrillation of unknown time of onset. He was admitted for elective coronary intervention. Once angioplasty with stenting was done to his proximal Right coronary artery and TIMI III was obtained, normal sinus rhythm was immediately restored and maintained....

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