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Left anterior fasicular block

Charles W Olson, David Lange, Jack-Kang Chan, Kim E Olson, Alfred Albano, Galen S Wagner, Ronald H S Selvester
This new training method is based on developing a sound understanding of the sequence in which electrical excitation spreads through both the normal and the infarcted myocardium. The student is made aware of the cardiac electrical performance through a series of 3-dimensional pictures during the excitation process. The electrocardiogram 3D Heart 3-dimensional program contains a variety of different activation simulations. Currently, this program enables the user to view the activation simulation for all of the following pathology examples: normal activation; large, medium, and small anterior myocardial infarction (MI); large, medium, and small posterolateral MI; large, medium, and small inferior MI...
September 2007: Journal of Electrocardiology
V Ionescu, S Theodorini, L Stoenescu
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April 1982: Physiologie
J L Moragrega, J M Del Peral
The duration of the systolic intervals in 50 patients was studied. They were divided into the following groups of 10 each: 1) with normal intraventricular conduction; 2) with advanced right bundle branch block; 3) with advanced left bundle branch block; 4) with left anterior fascicular block, and 5) endocardial pacemaker in the right ventricle. The systolic intervals do not suffer modification in the presence of a right bundle branch block or a left anterior fasicular block. The left bundle branch block produces changes fundamentally in the preejection period at the expense of its two components...
July 1976: Archivos del Instituto de CardiologĂ­a de MĂ©xico
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