Mohammad B Sharif-Kazemi

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Clinical and molecular characterization of the Brugada syndrome has progressed rapidly since its initial description. The role of hormonal changes during pregnancy and postpartum period on the pathogenesis of Brugada syndrome has not been studied. Herein, we describe a case of revelation of Brugada syndrome during pregnancy in a young woman who presented(More)
Since there is evidence that lobeline-induced sensations, associated with discomfort in the mouth, throat and chest arise by stimulating juxtapulmonary or J receptors, we were interested in investigating if similar sensations are felt by patients with left ventricular dysfunction (LVD) in whom a natural stimulation of these receptors would occur by(More)
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