PMID: 40443Jul 1, 1979

Echocardiography in the elderly (author's transl)

Aktuelle Gerontologie
J SchneiderH Kaffarnik

Abstract

We report on questions and echocardiographic diagnoses in older patients and put out special views: value of ECG in coronary heart disease and in diagnosis of cardiomyopathy, for differentiation of systolic murmurs in the aged and detection of dilatation and atrial thrombosis.

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