Myocardial frequency maps during ventricular fibrillation show limited variations in the dominant frequency of the signals recorded in the lateral wall of the left ventricle. During stretching, the patterns were heterogeneous, due mainly to the marked increase in the maximum dominant frequency. In the experimental model used, the effects of stretching remitted after suppressing ventricular dilatation.
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