Cardiac Arrhythmias 1999: Vol.1. Proceedings of the 6th by A. Maseri (auth.), Antonio Raviele MD (eds.)

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By A. Maseri (auth.), Antonio Raviele MD (eds.)

The quantity comprises greater than seventy articles written through well-recognized international leaders within the box of medical electrophysiology and arrhythmology. It represents a big replace at the most modern advances within the analysis, diagnosis and therapy of cardiac arrhythmias.

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Br Heart J 34:569-574 107. Giusti S, Cocco P, Thiene G (1991) Valvola aortica bicuspide: una cardiopatia congenita "min ore" a rischio di catastrofiche complicanze. G Ital CardioI21:189-201 Molecular Pathology of Cardiac Diseases Liable to Cause Sudden Death 31 108. Gale AN, McKusick VA, Hutchins GM, Gott VL (1977) Familial congenital bicuspid aortic valve: secondary calcific aortic stenosis and aortic aneurysm. Chest 72:668-670 109. Ewart A, Morris C, Ensing G et al (1993) A human vascular disease, supravalvular aortic stenosis maps to chromosome 7.

Familial cases with autosomal dominant inheritance have been reported [108]. Supra valvular aortic stenosis occurs with a frequency of 1/25,000. A familial pattern with autosomal dominant inheritance has been reported. The disease has been linked to chromosome 7 and results from a defect in the elastin gene which causes an hour-glass obstruction of the ascending aorta and left ventricular hypertrophy [109, 110]. The phenotype is thus linked to gross DNA rearrangements in elastin. It is marked by elastosis of the aortic tunica media, intimal thickening and dysplastic cusps [111,112].

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