Wilson block

Wil·son block

(wil'sŏn blok)
The commonest form of right bundle-branch block, on electrocardiogram characterized in lead I by a tall, slender R wave followed by a wider S wave of lower voltage.

Wilson,

Frank Norman, U.S. cardiologist, 1890-1952.
Wilson block - the most common form of right bundle-branch block.
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Up to now Sam Wilson, Adam Nasar and Matty Robshaw had given Brighouse few opportunities but they were now having to work very hard as Harry Streeting and Ben Gledhill piled on the pressure for Brighouse and, only a Wilson block denied Webster an equaliser.
37: Chris Sutton's cross is met by Thompson but Mark Wilson blocks the ball on the line.