Treatment of recurrent pericarditis

Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy
Massimo Imazio

Abstract

Recurrent pericarditis is the most common and troublesome complication of pericarditis affecting around a third of patients. Treatment of this condition is often one of the most challenging task in pericardial diseases management, especially in corticosteroids-dependent cases. The aim of this review is to report current knowledge on the treatment, prevention and prognosis of this disease, with a special focus on more recently published contributions during the last 5 years.

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Apr 30, 2014·Revista Española De Cardiología·Massimo Imazio
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