Tag: cardiac amyloidosis

June 9, 2023/Heart & Vascular

A 50-Year-Old Man Presents With Shortness of Breath

A case-based review of a condition more prevalent than once thought


A Close-Up Look at Presentation of Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy With Impaired LV Function

Large cohort study finds widespread LV impairment and details racial and genetic differences

June 22, 2020/Research

Transthyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis Requires Close Monitoring for Conduction System Disease

Large cohort study finds high rates of high-grade atrioventricular block

November 4, 2019/Insight & Perspectives

New Recommendations on Imaging in Cardiac Amyloidosis Aim to Foster Early Recognition

How our multidisciplinary clinic models key principles from the recommendations


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November 21, 2018/Research

Cardiac Amyloidosis: Look to the Wrist for an Early Diagnostic Clue

Tissue samples from carpal tunnel surgery hold screening utility

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October 16, 2018/News & Insights

Major Advances Are Afoot in Management of ATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis

New drugs, diagnostic tools are starting to revolutionize care

Advanced Noninvasive Tools for the Diagnosis of Cardiac Amyloidosis: What’s Their Role?
April 30, 2018/Insight & Perspectives

Advanced Noninvasive Tools for the Diagnosis of Cardiac Amyloidosis: What’s Their Role?

Brief profile of three tools that may help avoid the need for biopsy

June 26, 2017/Case Study

Speckle-Tracking Echo for Assessment of Myocardial Strain: A Case in Images

Putting an emerging tool in clinical context

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November 10, 2015/News & Insights

Case Study in Cardiac Amyloidosis: Daunting But Ever More Treatable

Dual heart and stem cell transplants reflect progress

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