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An uncommon cause for a life threatening event.

This patient presented with palpitations and decreased consciousness. An ECG revealed ventricular tachycardia, which did not respond to amiodarone, xylocaine, or DC cardioversion. The arrhythmia eventually responded to intravenous metoprolol. During a challenging hospital course, the patient was diagnosed with cardiac sarcoidosis. He has been discharged and will return in one month for ICD implantation.

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