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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The first penthouse - with huge outdoor terrace and unrivaled city views - will be called The Park and sits on top of the Wilson block.
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.
Wilson blocked California from enforcing the law in January, ruling that federal poultry regulations supersede state laws.
Tough then went close with a header from a Ryan Carr corner but Rabs' keeper Scott Wilson blocked his effort.
HAROLD Wilson blocked a police request to put semi-permanent barriers along the pavement in Downing Street.
Although he tried to calm his cousin by first sitting down then heading to the kitchen for drinks, Mr Wilson blocked him, Beckingham said.
The home goal had survived a first-minute scare as Scott Wilson blocked shots from James McFadden and Derek Adams.
Alan Thompson fired in the first shot of the night in this CIS Insurance Cup semi-final, a free-kick that Scott Wilson blocked.
PRIME Minister Harold Wilson blocked a police request to put semi-permanent barriers along the pavement in Downing Street, say papers released by the National Archives today.
When Wilson blocked the striker's shot and Alex Nicholls chipped the ball back in Daryl Taylor simply had to score with a header at the far post.
3.37: Chris Sutton's cross is met by Thompson but Mark Wilson blocks the ball on the line.