In police interrogation, originally torture, then colloquially an intensive rough interrogation to extract information or a confession- the term "Third Degree" being an ironic reference to the Masonic ritual which involves a (symbolic) severe interrogation and beating.
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Thirddegree heart block, also known as complete heart block, is a disease of the electrical system of the heart, in which the impulse generated in the top half of the heart (typically the SA node in the right atrium) does not propagate to the left or right ventricles.
This may be preceded by second degree heart block, particularly Mobitz II heart block.
Studies have shown that thirddegree heart block in the setting of an inferior wall myocardial infarction typically resolves within 2 weeks.
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