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Athletic Heart Syndrome: When, Why and How?

@inproceedings{Abdulla2005AthleticHS,
  title={Athletic Heart Syndrome: When, Why and How?},
  author={A. Abdulla},
  year={2005}
}
Athletic heart syndrome (AHS) is a common term for an enlarged heart associated with repeated strenuous exercise. As a result of the increased workload required of the heart, it will increase physiologically by enlarging chambers and muscle mass, or hypertrophy by enlarging the size of the chambers and increasing the volume of blood pumped per stroke. Consequently, the heart has to contract less frequently and, at rest, will beat as few as 45 times per minute as compared with an average number… Expand
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