supranormal conduction

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su·pra·nor·mal con·duc·tion

transmission of an impulse during the brief period of the cardiac cycle when it would be expected to fail if it occurred outside this time interval; considered to be better than expected rather than better than normal. Compare: supranormal excitability.
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(1)" Their final conclusion stated, "The application of the concept of supernormal conduction in conjunction with that of concealed conduction and of unidirectional block permits a satisfactory interpretation of some otherwise inexplicable features of AV block encountered in clinical electrocardiography ...
Although there is now general agreement that true supernormal conduction does not occur in the AV node, supernormal conduction has been demonstrated in the bundle branch-Purkinje system of the dog.
Supernormal conduction in the canine bundle of His and proximal bundle branches.