Lev syndrome

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Lev syn·drome

(lev),
bundle branch block in a patient with normal myocardium and normal coronary arteries resulting from fibrosis or calcification including the conducting system; affects the membranous septum, the apex of the muscular septum, and often the mitral and aortic valve rings.
Synonym(s): Lev disease

Lev syn·drome

(lev sin'drōm)
Bundle branch block in a patient with normal myocardium and normal coronary arteries resulting from fibrosis or calcification including the conducting system; affects the membranous septum, the apex of the muscular septum, and often the mitral and aortic valve rings.

Lev,

Maurice, U.S. pathologist, 1908–.
Lev disease - Synonym(s): Lev syndrome
Lev syndrome - bundle branch block in a patient with normal myocardium and normal coronary arteries resulting from fibrosis or calcification including the conducting system. Synonym(s): Lev disease