A 75-year–old man with a previous history of complete heart block for which he received a dual-chamber pacemaker presents to his cardiologist for a routine follow-up and pacemaker check. He denies all symptoms. Physical examination is unremarkable, although an irregular pulse is found. An ECG is obtained.
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