Mobitz type I block type II block

Mobitz type I block type II block
Mo·bitz type I block, type II block (moґbits) [Woldemar Mobitz, Russian-born cardiologist in Germany, 1889–1951] see under block.

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  • Mobitz type I and type II — types of abnormality on an electrocardiogram (ECG) tracing that indicate forms of heart block, in which the communication between the upper and lower chambers of the heart is impaired. W. Mobitz (20th century), German cardiologist …   Medical dictionary

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  • Mobitz type II block — a type of second degree atrioventricular block in which dropped beats occur periodically without previous lengthening of the P–R interval (cf. Wenckebach b.); it is due to a block within or below the bundle of His …   Medical dictionary

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