This is the report of two cases of complete heart block with auricular fibrillation and ventricular extrasystoles. The first patient had frequent Adams-Stokes seizures in the early part of the disease, but lived two and one-half years after the condition was first recognized. This case came to necropsy. The second case has been under observation eleven months.
REPORT OF CASES
—A man, aged 59, was admitted to the county infirmary, in the winter of 1921, from the hospital, where he had been confined because of frozen toes. At that time he had no other complaint. In November, 1921, he suddenly fell off a chair and lost consciousness for a few seconds. From then on, he had similar seizures as often as four or five times daily for six months. The number of seizures depended on the amount of exercise taken. Finally, when, because of the frequency of the