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A woman in her late 40s with a history of hypertension presented to the emergency department after multiple episodes of palpitations with near syncope. While in the
emergency department, she developed monomorphic ventricular tachycardia (VT) with hemodynamic instability and was successfully cardioverted. She continued to have nonsustained monomorphic VT, so intravenous amiodarone and oral metoprolol were initiated. She was admitted for further evaluation. Results of tests of electrolyte levels and coronary angiography were normal. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging with
gadolinium contrast revealed normal-sized cardiac chambers and normal biventricular
function without delayed enhancement. The presenting electrocardiogram (ECG)
is shown in Figure 1.