Atrioventricular (A-V) conduction disturbances in Reiter's syndrome are usually described in longstanding disease. This report deals with two male patients with Reiter's syndrome who developed an A-V block early in the course of the disease. One of these patients developed a second degree A-V block, Wenckebach type, which has not been described before at an early stage of this syndrome.
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