A-V node


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A-V node

 (ā′vē′)
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(1) occult 2:1 A-V block in which an idioventricular beat "retracts" an otherwise refractory barrier within the A-V node; (2) alternation between dissociated intranodal transmission pathways; and (3) "ventriculophasic" (vagal) depression of nodal conductivity.
These fibers appear anatomically connected to the A-V node.
(1) occult 2:1 A-V block in which an idioventricular beat 'retracts' an otherwise refractory barrier within the A-V node; (2) alternation between dissociated intranodal transmission pathways; and (3) 'ventriculophasic' (vagal) depression of nodal conductivity." (6)