A 21-year-old male college student without any known cardiac problems presents to his college health service with concerns of intermittent palpitations that occur sporadically. They generally last only for a few minutes, although he did have 1 more prolonged episode 1 week before. This episode also terminated spontaneously. The results of his physical examination are unremarkable. An ECG is obtained.
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