fascicular block

any of a group of disorders of conduction localized within the bundle branches or their ramifications. The block may occur in any combination of the three fascicles of the bundle branches: the right bundle branch or the anterior or posterior limb of the left bundle branch. See also unifascicular b., bifascicular b., and trifascicular b.

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  • Left anterior fascicular block — is a cardiac condition which needs to be distinguished from left bundle branch block.It is caused by only the anterior half of the bundle of His being defective. It is manifest on the ECG by left axis deviation. It is much more common than left… …   Wikipedia

  • anterior fascicular block — left anterior hemiblock; see hemiblock. See also fascicular b …   Medical dictionary

  • left anterior fascicular block — left anterior hemiblock; see hemiblock. See also fascicular b …   Medical dictionary

  • left posterior fascicular block — left posterior hemiblock; see hemiblock. See also fascicular b …   Medical dictionary

  • posterior fascicular block — left posterior hemiblock; see hemiblock. See also fascicular b …   Medical dictionary

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