Wolf Parkinson White Accessory Pathway Ablation Via Sinus Coronary in
Patient with Left Persistent SVC: 2 Case Report
WPW is a common ventricular preexcitation. The ablation of AP is
successful in more than 90% cases. The presence of PLSVC can impact the
evaluation and treatment of SVAs, it can cause serious complications
during vascular interventional procedures of cardiac anomalies. We
report 2 cases of WPW with PLSVC in whom first ablation was unsuccessful
and after more evaluation LSVC was discovered as second anomaly.
Ablation was tried via CS again; the ablation procedure was successful.