Moffat, Robert Cameron
November 1972
Angiology;Nov1972, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p609
Academic Journal
An unusual case of heart block associated with progressive myocardial damage has been demonstrated. This occurred over a period of 25 years following diphtheritic myocarditis. A satisfactory result followed treatment with an implantable pacemaker. The increasing myocardial thresholds and the cardiomegaly, however, would appear to indicate future difficulties.


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