Right Bundle Branch Block: A Rare Manifestation of Digitalis Toxicity -- Case Report

Gould, Lawrence; Patel, Chandrakant; Betzu, Robert; Judge, David; Lee, Jae
July 1986
Angiology;Jul1986, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p543
Academic Journal
A case of intermittent right bundle branch block due to digoxin intoxication is presented. The diagnosis was made by repeated electrocardiograms and elevated serum digoxin levels. The mechanism of intermittent right bundle branch block is discussed and the pertinent literature is reviewed.


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