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In typical nodal reentry tachycardia pro (slow antegrade and retrograde conduction via AV conduction through the fast track), the P wave is not visible and can be visible right after the QRS complex and look like a pseudo R in lead V1.
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En taquicardia pro reentrada nodal tipica (conduccion anterograda por la via AV lenta y conduccion retrograda por la via rapida), la onda P puede no verse y puede ser visible justo despues del complejo QRS y parecer una pseudo R en derivacion V1.
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