Our daughter was diagnosed with Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome (WPW) at zero weeks age in April 2014.
I found a very interesting study from 1990 that talks about the long term development of WPW. It can be summarized as:
Among those whose tachycardia began at age 0 to 2 months, it disappeared in 93% and persisted in 7%. In 31%, it disappeared and reappeared at an average age of 8 years.
Since the study is 25 years old, I was wondering whether or not there are newer studies that better results (especially how the recurrence for patients given drugs compares to those without drugs).
So my question is:
Are there any recent studies about the long term development/evolution of WPW in toddlers/kids/young adults?