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cardiopathy

[‚kärd·ē′äp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any disorder or disease of the heart.
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Except for a single mother with an unspecified cardiopathy, all patients' parents were seemingly healthy and not further studied.
Hinojosa Perez et al., "Prognosis After Heart Transplant in Patients With Pulmonary Hypertension Secondary to Cardiopathy," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.
Patients were excluded if they had a history of severe respiratory infection, diagnosis or suspicion of another chronic pulmonary illness (cystic fibrosis, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, or bronchiolitis obliterans), gastroesophageal reflux, cardiopathy, bronchopulmonary malformations, or thoracic wall deformations.
In addition, the risk of thromboembolism increases as atrial cardiopathy worsens due to structural remodeling of the atrium [37].
Finally, 16 patients presented concomitant conditions for which they were receiving specific treatment: arterial hypertension in 11 cases, cardiopathy in 3 cases, chronic obstructive pneumopathy disease in one case, and hypercholesterolaemia in one case.
Study group (N =17) N (%) Type of cardiopathy None/CD/CoA 6 (35.3)/6 (35.3)/2 (11.8) MR/BAV/PFO 1 (5.9)/1 (5.9)/1 (5.9) Hypertension Yes 2 (11.8) No 15 (88.2) Hypothyroidism Yes 1 (5.9) No 16 (94.1) History of hypothyroidism Yes 6 (35.3) No 11 (64.7) CD: conduction disturbances; CoA: coarctation of the aorta; MR: mitral regurgitation; BAV: bicuspid aortic valve; PFO: patent foramen ovale.
Higuchi, "Chronic chagasic cardiopathy: the product of a turbulent host-parasite relationship," Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo, vol.
[dagger] Cardiovascular risk factors (PAH, DM, DLP, ischemic cardiopathy) (#) Includes anxiety, depression and others (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, phobias,...) (+) Richmond and Fagerstrom tests: total tests and by interval ([less than or equal to]4 points: low/light; 5-6 points: moderate and [greater than or equal to] 7 points: high) Table 2.
Decrease of blood cholesterol and stimulation of antioxidative response in cardiopathy patients treated with endovenous ozone therapy.
DCM is the primary cardiopathy of large dogs and has high rates of morbidity and mortality (TIDHOLM et al., 2001).
2009): a) missing important records of medical history, including equivocation of conceptus age (nine cases that met the criteria); b) maternal ill conditions, including gestation weeks <20 or >44, gestational diabetes or diabetes with pregnancy, congenital cardiopathy with pregnancy, conditions of illness with fever (>38[degrees]C), exposure to pesticides within 3-8 gestation weeks, or history of consanguineous mating or genetic defects (18 cases); c) twin pregnancy (6 cases); and d) isolated patent ductus arteriosus in premature birth (5 cases).