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Electrophysiologic study: The electrophysiologic study is an invasive electrodiagnostic procedure that uses a fluoroscope to guide placement of multiple electrode catheters through the peripheral vein into the heart, usually the right atrium and/or ventricle; this test can identify the location of electrical conduction defects and arrhythmias, and can also be used to pace the heart and induce arrhythmias.
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