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Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle, that can lead to muscular or electrical dysfunction of the heart. It is often an irreversible disease that is associated with a poor prognosis. There are different causes and classifications of cardiomyopathies. Here are the latest discoveries pertaining to this disease.

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European Journal of Heart Failure

The electrocardiogram in the diagnosis and management of patients with dilated cardiomyopathy

European Journal of Heart FailureApril 4, 2020
Gherardo FinocchiaroGianfranco Sinagra
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Circulation. Heart Failure

Practice Patterns Surrounding Pregnancy After Heart Transplantation

Circulation. Heart FailureApril 3, 2020
Ersilia M DeFilippisMichelle M Kittleson
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Heart Rhythm : the Official Journal of the Heart Rhythm Society

Permanent Conduction System Pacing for Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the Great Arteries

Heart Rhythm : the Official Journal of the Heart Rhythm SocietyApril 4, 2020
Jeremy P MooreRoderick Tung
Heart Rhythm : the Official Journal of the Heart Rhythm Society

Cost-effectiveness of in-home automated external defibrillators for children with cardiac conditions associated with risk for sudden cardiac death

Heart Rhythm : the Official Journal of the Heart Rhythm SocietyApril 3, 2020
Meredith B HaagSeshadri Balaji
The American Journal of Surgical Pathology

Invasive Stratified Mucin-producing Carcinoma (ISMC) of the Cervix: A Study on Morphologic Diversity

The American Journal of Surgical PathologyApril 3, 2020
Simona StolnicuKay J Park
European Journal of Radiology

Aortic regurgitation, a forgotten valve disease in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy?

European Journal of RadiologyApril 5, 2020
B Daan WestenbrinkRozemarijn Vliegenthart
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine

ACVIM consensus statement guidelines for the classification, diagnosis, and management of cardiomyopathies in cats

Journal of Veterinary Internal MedicineApril 4, 2020
Virginia Luis FuentesJoshua A Stern
Journal of Molecular Biology

The Function of Tafazzin, a Mitochondrial Phospholipid-Lysophospholipid Acyltransferase

Journal of Molecular BiologyApril 3, 2020
Michael Schlame, Yang Xu

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