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How to ablate left atrial flutter

      Typical atrial flutter ablation has become an increasingly common indication for catheter ablation, with success rates routinely exceeding 90% in most laboratories. In contrast, catheter ablation of left atrial flutter is technically challenging, and high success rates are uncommon.
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