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The term cardiology is derived from the Greek words "cardia", which refers to the heart and "logy" meaning "study of." Cardiology is a branch of medicine that concerns diseases and disorders of the heart. Cardiovascular Medicine is concerned with the study of those medicines that help in... Readmore

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Role of novel cardiac biomarkers for the diagnosis, risk stratifi cation, and prognostication among patients with heart failure

Background: Current guidelines for diagnosis and management of heart failure (HF) rely on clinical findings and natriuretic peptide values, but evidence suggests that recently identified cardiac biomarkers may aid in early detection of HF and improve risk stratification. The a...

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Case Report

Late discover of a traumatic cardiac injury: Case report

Blunt chest trauma leads to a wide range of lesions, relatively minor parietal injuries to
potentially fatal cardiac lesions, making diagnosis and management difficult. The diagnosis is currently facilitated by imaging, however, these lesions may go unnoticed and be discovered late thr...

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Timing of cardiac surgery and other intervention among children with congenital heart disease: A review article

Background: Early diagnosis and improved facilities are necessary for determining the optimal timing of surgery and other interventions in children with congenital heart diseases in Nigeria. This is because late presentation, late diagnosis and delayed surgery can lead to mort...

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P wave dispersion in patients with premenstrual dysphoric disorder

Background: Growing evidence has revealed that fear and anxiety related situations could affect cardiac parameters. P wave dispersion (Pd) is an important index. In the present study, we aimed to evaluate Pd values in patients with premenstrual dysphoric disorder.

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Preclinical stiff heart is a marker of cardiovascular morbimortality in apparently healthy population

Background: The prognostic signifi cance of impaired left ventricular (LV) relaxation and increased LV stiffness as precursor of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction and death is still largely unknown in apparently healthy subjects.

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Case Report

Severe Infantile Coarctation and Mid Aortic Stenosis in Williams Syndrome

We report a challenging patient with Williams syndrome and severe coarctation of the aorta. As in a few similar cases reported, several surgical and catheter interventions for recoarctation, intrastent intimal proliferation and stenosis of the left sub-clavian artery were required. Aortic patc...

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Assessment of lipid and hematological profile among blood donors in European Gaza Hospital, Palestine

Background: There is an important shortage of blood in the greatest blood banks worldwide to meet up with requirements for numerous medical interventions. Limited studies have associated regular blood donation to the lowering of lipid function parameters. Assessing the lipid f...

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Case Report

Single Trans apical access for double aortic and mitral valves-in-valves procedures with high risk of thrombus embolism

Persistent left atrial thrombus remains a contra indication to transeptal valves in valves procedure. We aimed to perform a double valves in valves replacement through transapical access with cerebral angiography control during the procedure just after implantation.

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Review Article

Cardiomyopathies - The special entity of myocarditis and infl ammatory cardiomyopathy

Cardiomyopathy is a heart muscle disease with structural and functional myocardial abnormalities in the absence of coronary artery disease, hypertension, valvular disease, and congenital heart disease. However, it has become clear that diverse etiologies and clinical manifestations (e.g. arrhy...

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C-reactive protein is associated with ventricular repolarization dispersion among patients with metabolic syndrome

Background: An increasing body of evidence indicates that inflammatory activation profoundly impacts the electrophysiological properties of cardiomyocytes. A marker of systemic inflammation such as C-reactive
protein(CRP), is associated with all parameters of the Mtabo...

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