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All ECG 124

  1. Sinus tachycardia
  2. Right bundle branch block
  3. Left anterior fascicular block
  4. Anterior myocardial infarction

Recall that myocardial ischemia can indeed be interpreted in the setting of a right bundle branch block, but is more difficult in a left bundle branch block (although sometimes possible). Also, recall that the combination of a right bundle branch block with a left anterior or posterior fascicular block is called a "bifascicular block". When a first degree AV block is present as well, the term "trifascicular block" is also used.

Related Topic Reviews: Sinus Tachycardia, Right Bundle Branch Block, Left Anterior Fascicular Block, Anterior MI ECG Review