Cardiomyopathies: MOGE(S): a standardized classification of cardiomyopathies?

@article{Mayosi2014CardiomyopathiesMA,
  title={Cardiomyopathies: MOGE(S): a standardized classification of cardiomyopathies?},
  author={Bongani M. Mayosi},
  journal={Nature Reviews Cardiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={134-135}
}
Cardiomyopathy classification has been subject to revisions for >60 years. The new MOGE(S) classification system, which incorporates information on structural and functional abnormalities, organ involvement, genetics, aetiology, and disease severity, is a step towards a globally accepted nomenclature, but needs to be applicable in all health-care systems around the world. 
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