Fast Five Quiz: Heart Palpitations

Yasmine S. Ali, MD


October 10, 2022

Heart palpitations are among the more common symptoms of patients who present to primary care clinicians, emergency departments, and cardiologists. They are described as fluttering, a skipped beat, or a pounding or flip-flopping sensation. Although most often associated with a benign cause, some are manifestations of severe, significant conditions. Do you know key clinical information about the causes, workup, and treatment associated with heart palpitations? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.


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