A case is presented in which transient left anterior hemiblock masked the electrocardiographic signs of old inferior wall infarction. The electrocardiographic features are correlated with the anatomopathological findings. This case re-emphasizes the need for careful evaluation of patients with chest pain and left anterior hemiblock.
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