Tremor As a Cause of Pseudoatrial Flutter

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Abstract

Muscle tremors mimicking atrial or ventricular arrhythmias are unusual. If present, however, misdiagnosis and consequently inappropriate treatments are possible. The authors present a patient with Parkinson's disease who was referred for evaluation of the need for oral anticoagulation because of persistent atrial flutter.

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