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Conflict of interest
Dr Nogami has received honoraria from Johnson and Johnson, and Boehringer-Ingelheim; and an endowment from Medtronic Japan and DVx. The other authors declare no conflicts of interest associated with this manuscript.
KEY TEACHING POINTS
•A slow pathway (SP) variant extending to the inferior right atrium (RA) is rare, and its electrophysiological characteristics and anatomical course are not well studied.
•Diastolic atrial potentials were recorded in the inferior RA during fast-slow atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) using a variant of the SP extending to the inferior RA. The diastolic potentials were considered as electrograms indicating rightward extension of the SP.
•Entrainment pacing was helpful to differentiate AVNRT from atrial tachycardia.
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