An asymptomatic 19-year-old top-level athlete had electrocardiographic evidence of intermittent cardiac preexcitation and intermittent left bundle branch block. The electrophysiologic study demonstrated the presence of a direct accessory pathway and enhanced atrioventricular node conduction that resulted in infrahisian and intraventricular conduction disturbances. The echocardiogram disclosed tricuspid valve dysplasia

COEXISTENCE OF KENT ACCESSORY PATHWAY, ENHANCED AV NODE CONDUCTION, AND VARIOUS CONDUCTION DISTURBANCES IN A YOUNG ATHLETE WITH TRICUSPID-VALVE DYSPLASIA

BUJA, GIANFRANCO;CORRADO, DOMENICO;NAVA, ANDREA
1991

Abstract

An asymptomatic 19-year-old top-level athlete had electrocardiographic evidence of intermittent cardiac preexcitation and intermittent left bundle branch block. The electrophysiologic study demonstrated the presence of a direct accessory pathway and enhanced atrioventricular node conduction that resulted in infrahisian and intraventricular conduction disturbances. The echocardiogram disclosed tricuspid valve dysplasia
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