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New age constraints on counter-clockwise rotation of NE Japan

Late Cretaceous palaeomagnetic results from Southwest Japan: new insights for early Cenozoic clockwise rotation

Palaeomagnetic evidence and tectonic origin of clockwise rotations in the Yangtze fold belt, South China Block

P1160Outcomes in patients with ablation of clockwise vs counterclockwise forms of typical atrial flutter

P-022 Is there a differential sensitivity of radiofrequency current-induced isthmus block in counter-clockwise and clockwise direction during ablation of typical atrial flutter

Clockwise rotation of the Korean Peninsula with respect to the North China Block inferred from an improved Early Triassic palaeomagnetic pole for the Ryeongnam Block

Palaeomagnetic and rock-magnetic studies of Cretaceous rocks in the Gongju Basin, Korea: implication of clockwise rotation

Clockwise rotations recorded in Early Cretaceous rocks of South Korea: implications for tectonic affinity between the Korean Peninsula and North China

Counter-clockwise rotation of the eastern part of the Mongolia block: Early Cretaceous palaeomagnetic results from Bikin, Far Eastern Russia

Characteristics of recurrent clockwise atrial flutter after previous radiofrequency catheter ablation for counterclockwise isthmus-dependent atrial flutter

A simple pacing method to diagnose postero-anterior (clockwise) cavo-tricuspid isthmus block after radiofrequency ablation

Clockwise rotation of the Baoshan Block due to southeastward tectonic escape of Tibetan crust since the Oligocene

Palaeomagnetic confirmation of Palaeozoic clockwise rotation of the Famatina Ranges (NW Argentina): implications for the evolution of the SW margin of Gondwana

Atrial tachycardias: macroreentrant atrial tachycardias, CTI-dependent atrial flutter (clockwise, anticlockwise), and non-CTI-dependent macroreentrant atrial tachycardia


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Movement in the same direction of timing as the hands of a clock normally take. In compass terms N → E → S → W is clockwise.

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