Cardiomyopathy and cardiac transplantation in children

@inproceedings{MorrowCardiomyopathyAC,
  title={Cardiomyopathy and cardiac transplantation in children},
  author={Jr. W. Morrow}
}
in children with heart disease. Increasingly, dilated cardiomyopathy is recognized to be familial, and specific gene products related to the myocyte cytoskeleton and contractile proteins have been identified. Other associations with metabolic disease, dysmorphic syndromes, and neuromuscular disease are important to establish, particularly in pediatric patients, to guide therapy and patient selection for transplantation. Survival in children with dilated cardiomyopathy depends on accurate… CONTINUE READING

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