The MOGE(S) classification for cardiomyopathies: current status and future outlook

  title={The MOGE(S) classification for cardiomyopathies: current status and future outlook},
  author={J. Westphal and A. Rigopoulos and C. Bakogiannis and Sarah Ludwig and S. Mavrogeni and B. Bigalke and T. Doenst and M. Pauschinger and C. Tschoepe and P. Schulze and M. Noutsias},
  journal={Heart Failure Reviews},
  • J. Westphal, A. Rigopoulos, +8 authors M. Noutsias
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Heart Failure Reviews
  • Cardiomyopathies are complex diseases of multifactorial pathogenesis and have a high morbidity and mortality. Over the past decades, several revisions of classifications and definitions of cardiomyopathies have been proposed, primarily focusing on the phenotypic characterization of cardiomyopathies. The MOGE(S) classification system published in 2013 encompasses the classification of rapidly growing knowledge on genetic mutations, acquired causes (i.e., intramyocardial inflammation, viral… CONTINUE READING
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