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Upon physical examination she remained unaffected without any signs of decompensated heart failure. There was a mild regurgitation of the mitral valve and the left atrium was dilated with a diameter ...

Date : 01/03/2012

In the follow-up 24h EKG Holter monitoring (May 2004) there were no significant rhythm or conduction disorders apart from a single episode of IIIrd degree SA block with a 1.1 s pause and a permanent ...

Date : 01/04/2008

The patient was Spanish and had no known family members from other countries. [...]she did not report recent travels to tropical or subtropical regions and her past medical history was ...

Date : 30/11/2015

The site of origin of extra-systoles was located on the anterior aspect of the infundibular area where application of radiofrequency energy was performed. Resting 12-lead ECG showing monomorphic VES ...

Date : 02/02/2015

Clinical family screening as a diagnostic tool for unknown-cause sudden cardiac death Routine postmortem examination failed to establish the cause of death. During the course of clinical ...

Date : 31/12/2013

12 lead ECG showed sinus rhythm, first-degree atrioventricular block (PR interval prolongation of 210 ms), complete right bundle branch block with a convex ST-segment elevation and negative T waves ...

Date : 28/02/2014

Risk factor stratification showed flat increase of blood pressure during stress test with increase from 110/70 mmHg at rest to 120/60 mmHg at 70 Watts, pre-syncopal attacks, but no NSVT at ...

Date : 01/09/2011

Echocardiography revealed a moderately hypertrophic left ventricle with very long anterior and posterior mitral leaflets and systolic anterior movement of the mitral valve with a resting gradient of ...

Date : 30/05/2013

Cardiovascular effects: beta-blockers reduce heart rate, cardiac contractility, and systolic blood pressure. Indications Acute coronary syndrome Beta-blockers reduce mortality and reinfarction by ...

Date : 30/06/2017

First Medical Faculty, Charles University in Prague. Magnetic resonance imaging (CMRI) before the implantation has shown an extensive fibrosis and thinning of the posterolateral wall (Figure 1) and ...

Date : 01/06/2015