Fascicular block

What is Fascicular block?

A condition based on the disputed concept that the left branch of the bundle of His provides two of three major fascicles of a system of conduction, of which the right bundle branch constitutes the third, for the transmission of the cardiac impulse from the atrium above to the ventricles below the AV node; block may occur in any or all fascicles, all three together producing complete AV block.

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54 yo wm preop ecg: abnormal-rt vent cond delay; report attached. Pr int=140;qrs dur=94;qt/qtc=436/420;prt axes=65 25 73; no other sympt; how...

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Left axis deviation (LAD) is a condition whereby the mean electrical axis of ventricular contraction of the heart...

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I have a RBBB, it had a QRS of 106ms in 2006, it was 114ms in 2010, now it is 142ms. I swim 2 miles per day and am otherwise not symptomatic. My...

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By the duration of the QRS complex in 2006 and 2010, you had incomplete RBBB (QRS less than 120...

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