See also: Ventricular Rhythms Fascicular ventricular tachycardia is a less common form of VT that originates within the left ventricle. It is more narrow than most other forms of VT, with a shorter RS interval of 60-80 msec. It classically has a RBBB pattern and occurs in young healthy patients. It is also known as Fascicular tachycardia, Belhassen-type VT, verapamil-sensitive VT or infrafascicular tachycardia.
See also: Ventricular Rhythms
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