In last month s Stump the Experts section, we outlined the following case. Can you answer the questions below? Description: A 60-year-old female presented to the Emergency Department with a tachycardia (see 12-lead ECG obtained during tachycardia). She complained of being light-headed, breathless, and was slightly diaphoretic. Upon questioning, for many years she has felt the same way when she would get in an argument with someone. However, this was her first visit to the Emergency Department. Questions: 1. What is the exact diagnosis of this tachycardia: description, mechanism? 2. What diagnostic maneuver or treatment could be initiated to determine the diagnosis?