A 47-year-old woman with a history of palpitations that occur after exercise presents to an emergency department with palpitations that have persisted for several hours. An ECG is obtained (ECG A).
Several minutes later the palpitations abruptly stop and an ECG is repeated (ECG B).
What is the diagnosis?
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