A 45-year-old woman who runs on a regular basis presents to her physician for a routine physical examination. She has no known cardiac disease, but has mild hypertension for which she is taking hydrochlorothiazide. Her pulse is noted to be irregular and a 12 lead ECG is obtained.
What is the diagnosis?
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