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Esther Vorovich MD Apr 13
50s AA M, obesity. Rapidly progressive shock. VA + impella. 2cm LV thickness, low volts on EKG. Presumed fulminant . Tx w/ solumedrol + toci. oddly minimal ↑ Inf markers. Welcome all thoughts!
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C. Michael Gibson MD Mar 16
Case report of fulminant in a 37 year old successfully treated with glucocorticoid and human immunoglobulin
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Darlene Ryan 🇨🇦 May 26
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Amy Proal Nov 20
Example of organims driving an “” process 👉 In a mouse model of , this team found that cardiac myosin–reactive TH cells are initially primed by myosin-peptide mimics derived from Bacteroides bacteria in the gut:
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Cardiomyopathy UK Mar 16
Worried about and and want to talk to a nurse? Our helpline hours have extended and is open 6-8pm 17th, 18th & 20th March so call us on 0800 018 1024.
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Sam Pye Feb 3
VIDEO: Family being forcibly removed from their home by police in , in the greater area. 🇨🇳
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European Society of Cardiology Apr 8
Acute presenting as a reverse syndrome in a patient with respiratory infection
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Cardiol Therapeutics Nov 19
PRESS RELEASE: Cardiol Therapeutics Announces Clinical Steering Committee for Phase 2 International Trial in Acute Using CardiolRx(TM) 100
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Matthias Friedrich May 24
Important reminder: LGE in can always be fat(ty degeneration/dysplasia) -> Compare with fatsat or, much better, with native T1 or T2 maps. The diagnostic/prognostic implications also deserve a study. Anyone out there to do that?
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Nature Reviews Cardiology Mar 30
New Review on adverse cardiac effects of therapies, discussing , and arrhythmias associated with cancer therapies and radiation therapy |
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Daniel Ambinder, MD May 4
Really excited to build out the page! 🎇🎇 ✅Ep 29: Experts discuss ✅Ep 30: Experts discuss myocarditis Next up- style patient based discussion‼️
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John P Erwin III MD FACC Feb 5
is a leading cause of SCD in but diagnosis and risk stratification is challenging. • Cardiac magnetic resonance ( ) imaging can diagnose but may also athletes with suspected myocarditis.
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𝕲𝖚𝖗𝖚 𝕭𝖗𝖚𝖓𝖔 🇮🇳 Mar 13
As long as Affects and causing , The mortality will be manageable What if it mutates to cause or All the hell will break lose then My heart says it should not happen My mind says possibility nis high
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Ritu Thamman MD Apr 28
acute from in a 35 yo👨w CP 🔺EKG repolarization changes in precordial leads 🔺no fever/sob 🔺overweight BMI 29 kg/m2 🔺 nl LV fxn 🔺Trop peak 2885 ng/L 🔺 late subepicardial enhancement inferior & lateral walls
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Joel Rose Jan 2
Lots of great plans for 2020 - we are going to be reaching more people with our services, stepping up our campaigning work, educating more clinicians, supporting more researchers and making sure that even more people know about &
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Saman Nematollahi Feb 13
D8/15: What are infectious causes of ? 🚗Viral: Adeno Entero 🚙Parasitic: Larva migrans Schisto 🚎Protozoal: T cruzi 🚕Bacteria: Borrelia Mycoplasma 🛺Fungal: Candida Aspergillus 🚑Watch out for the post-viral response!
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Amit Goyal May 11
tweetorial: Approach to in 5⃣ steps! From Ep #31: 1⃣Diagnosis🩺 2⃣?Biopsy🔪 3⃣Rx Acute 💔 4⃣Rx Chronic 💔 5⃣Rx Myocarditis🔥
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Jerry Estep Jun 24
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European Society of Cardiology May 25
Return to sports after infection: Do we have to worry about ?
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Ritu Thamman MD Jun 23
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