Brugada syndrome: recent advances and controversies.

  title={Brugada syndrome: recent advances and controversies.},
  author={Charles Antzelevitch and Eyal Nof},
  journal={Current cardiology reports},
  volume={10 5},
The Brugada syndrome, first described as a new clinical entity in 1992, is widely recognized today as a form of inherited sudden cardiac arrest. The past 16 years witnessed a progressive increase in the number of reported cases and a dramatic proliferation of articles serving to define the clinical, genetic, cellular, ionic, and molecular aspects of the disease. This article provides a brief overview of recent advances in our understanding of the clinical presentation and molecular and cellular… CONTINUE READING
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