Get Refreshed With This Clinical Question… A Diagnosis With A Logical Explanation Should Follow.

QUESTION:

A 68-year-old man passed out suddenly at the wheel of his car and ran into the car in front. His wife reports that he was pale and sweaty but that loss of consciousness was brief and he recovered quickly.
On examination in A&E, pulse 78/min, BP 140/85, no abnormality found on examination.
His ECG showed left bundle branch block (LBBB).

What is your diagnosis?

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