First-degree atrioventricular block

What is First-degree atrioventricular block?

It is a disease of the electrical conduction system of the heart in which the PR interval is lengthened beyond 0.20.

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what is low density periventricular changes, in keeping with longstanding white matter ischaemia and cerebral trophy? This is part of the diagnosis...

doctor1 MD

Hello Mavis.

Thanks for your query.

The low density periventricular changes seen on MRI refers to slow and gradual ischaemic changes in the white matter...

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I have just returned from a medical and my ECG show that I have a left vascicular heart block. Is this serious...

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Dear Sir
1. I would like you to clarify if this is left anterior fascicular block (LAHB) or it is left posterior fascicular block (LPHB)?...

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I would like for a doctor to look at a ekg, and tell me the results...I have a copy of it.

The person that took this EKG, was complaining of chest pain...

doctor1 MD


Thank you for your query.

The ECG shows a heart rate of 60/minute.

The rhythm is sinus rhythm.

There is NO first degree heart block. That...

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