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The first is the creation of the adult congenital heart disease subspecialty.
Congenital heart disease and the management of complex arrhythmias Videos - Mayo Clinic Congenital heart disease and the management of complex arrhythmias Dec. 19, 2019 Overview Show...
Occasionally, identification of carcinoid heart disease is the first clue to recognizing metastatic carcinoid disease.
The etiology of the cardiac disease includes congenital defects, rheumatic heart disease, cardiomyopathy and ischemic disease.
New risk factors for heart disease are proposed regularly.
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Cardiac and multiorgan transplantation for end-stage congenital heart disease.
Congenital heart disease affects about 1% of live births.
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