The phenomenon of "qT stunning": The abnormal QT prolongation provoked by standing persists even as the heart rate returns to normal in patients with long QT syndrome

Arnon Adler, Christian Van Der Werf, Pieter G. Postema, Raphael Rosso, Zahir A. Bhuiyan, Jonathan M. Kalman, Jitendra K. Vohra, Milton E. Guevara-Valdivia, Manlio F. Marquez, Amir Halkin, Jesaia Benhorin, Charles Antzelevitch, Arthur A.M. Wilde, Sami Viskin

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