Comprehensive cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy reveal a high burden of myocardial disease in HIV patients.

@article{Holloway2013ComprehensiveCM,
  title={Comprehensive cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy reveal a high burden of myocardial disease in HIV patients.},
  author={Cameron J. Holloway and Ntobeko Ntusi and Joseph Suttie and Masliza Mahmod and Emma Wainwright and Genevieve Tyndale Clutton and Gemma Hancock and Philip Beak and Abdelouahid Tajar and Stefan K. Piechnik and J{\"u}rgen E. Schneider and Brian Angus and Kieran Clarke and Lucy Dorrell and Stefan Neubauer},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2013},
  volume={128 8},
  pages={814-22}
}
BACKGROUND HIV infection continues to be endemic worldwide. Although treatments are successful, it remains controversial whether patients receiving optimal therapy have structural, functional, or biochemical cardiac abnormalities that may underlie their increased cardiac morbidity and mortality. The purpose of this study was to characterize myocardial abnormalities in a contemporary group of HIV-infected individuals undergoing combination antiretroviral therapy. METHODS AND RESULTS Volunteers… CONTINUE READING
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