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jce12075-sup-0001-Movie1.avi39262KMovie S1: Phase map of the left atrial posterior wall in a time window of approximately 2000 milliseconds shows a meandering rotor at the ostium of right pulmonary veins interspersed with intermittent firing from the right inferior vein. Alongside, the focal discharges from the left inferior vein can be visualized up to 4 times in the given time window. Notably, the rotor anchors to a core, which moves around in the region instead of remaining steady. Also, the rotor, itself, is not stable for 2 or more complete rotations around the moving core. Color guide: The phases of wave propagation are color-coded. The blue color represents the depolarizing wave and the green represents the end of repolarization. The other colors represent intermediate phases. The wavefront can be read by following the blue color (speed: 1/16th that of real wave propagation).
jce12075-sup-0002-Movie2.avi37928KMovie S2: Phase map of right atrial free wall activation in a time window of 1500 milliseconds shows that the right atrial free wall is activated 9 times, that is, once every 165 milliseconds approximately. Notably, 8 out of 9 times the activation wave propagates from below upwards (ascending) after arriving from the inferior LA over the CS, suggestive of passive activation of the RA free wall. Color guide: The phases of wave propagation are color-coded. The blue color represents the depolarizing wave and the green represents the end of repolarization. The other colors represent intermediate phases. The wavefront can be read by following the blue color (speed: 1/16th that of real wave propagation).
jce12075-sup-0003-Movie3.avi7257KMovie S3: Phase map of the left atrial inferior–posterior wall in a time window of approximately 1600 milliseconds shows a meandering rotor in the inferior left atrium near the ostium of the left inferior PV. Notably, the rotor anchors to a core that moves around in the region instead of remaining steady. Also, the rotor, itself, is not stable for 2 or morecomplete rotations around the moving core and can be visualized intermittently for up to 5 times in the given time window interspersed with activation by passively propagating and colliding wavefronts, at other times. Color guide: The phases of wave propagation are color-coded. The blue color represents the depolarizing wave and the green represents the end of repolarization. The other colors represent intermediate phases. The wavefront can be read by following the blue color (speed: 1/10th that of real wave propagation).
jce12075-sup-0004-Movie4.avi3537KMovie S4: Noninvasive propagation map of cavotricuspid isthmus-dependent atrial tachycardia that displayed atypical ECG pattern shown in Figure 5 (speed: 1/20th speed of real wave propagation).

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