Lenègre disease

Le·nèg·re syn·drome

(lĕ-neg'rĕ),
isolated damage of the cardiac conduction system as a result of a sclerodegenerative lesion; characterized ordinarily as idiopathic fibrosis of the atrioventricular nodal, His bundle, or bundle branches with corresponding conduction block(s).
Synonym(s): Lenègre disease

Le·nègre syndrome

, Lenègre disease (lĕ-neg' sin'drōm, di-zēz)
Isolated damage of the cardiac conduction system as a result of a sclerodegenerative lesion; characterized ordinarily as idiopathic fibrosis of the atrioventricular nodal, His bundle, or bundle branches with corresponding conduction block(s).

Lenègre disease

(lĕ-neg′rĕ)
[Jean Lenègre, Fr. cardiologist, 1904–1972]
Atrioventricular or intraventricular conduction abnormalities resulting from fibrosis of the His-Purkinje fibers of the heart.

Lenègre,

Jean, 20th century French cardiologist.
Lenègre disease - Synonym(s): Lenègre syndrome
Lenègre syndrome - isolated damage of the cardiac conduction system as a result of a sclerodegenerative lesion. Synonym(s): Lenègre disease