Bermudez-Gonzalez JL1,2, Garcia-Cardenas M1, Gonzalez-Hernandez MA1, Proaño-Bernal L2, Arce-Sandoval CR2, Prieto-Vargas V2, Bautista-Perez-Gavilan A1,2, Villa-Ramirez CA1,2, Ibarra- Moreno A1, Perez-Partida AM1, Saenz-Ancira S1, Serrano-Román JA1, Mendoza-Peña B3, Alexanderson-Rosas E1,2 and Espinola-Zavaleta N1,4*
1Department of Nuclear Cardiology, National Institute of Cardiology Ignacio Chavez, Mexico 2National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico 3National Institute of Cardiology Ignacio Chavez, Mexico 4Department of Echocardiography, ABC Medical Center, MexicoFulltext PDF
Exercise-Induced (EI) Right Bundle Branch Block (RBBB) is an uncommon electrocardiographic finding, with a hitherto unknown clinical significance. We discuss the appearance of EI-RBBB during stress tests in 3 male patients with perfusion abnormalities in SPECT, obstructive lesions in coronary angiography and treatment with percutaneous coronary angioplasty.
Bermudez-Gonzalez JL, Garcia- Cardenas M, Gonzalez-Hernandez MA, Proaño-Bernal L, Arce-Sandoval CR, Prieto-Vargas V, et al. Exercise- Induced Right Bundle Branch Block: A Not-So-Benign Finding. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2022; 7: 2183..