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Aneil Malhotra

… Aneil Malhotra St George's University of London, London, UK Biography Dr Aneil … particular interests of sports cardiology and inherited heart disease funded as a CRY research fellow, at St. … the electrical and structural features of the adolescent athlete's heart with data derived from analysing the Football …

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The Impact of Ethnicity on Cardiac Adaptation

… structural and functional adaptations within the heart to promote a prolonged and sustained increase in … peak oxygen consumption are recognised features of the athlete's heart. The type and magnitude of these adaptations to …

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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Athletes

… erroneous diagnosis of physiological adaptation in a young athlete with HCM may subject them to an increased risk of SCD. Keywords Athlete's heart , hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , left ventricular …

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Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cardiac Complications and Considerations for Returning to Sports Participation

… of entry for the virus. 4 ACE2 is also expressed in the heart, vascular endothelium, kidneys and intestinal … to exercise can occur. These cardiac changes, known as athlete's heart (AH) may manifest on investigations such as the ECG …

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Left Ventricular Remodelling: A Problem in Search of Solutions

… geometrical rearrangement of the normal structures of the heart, together with complex biological and molecular … towards the preservation of stroke volume (Starling's law). The region remote from the MI develops LV … demands such as exercise or pregnancy. 13,14 Whether the 'athlete's heart' can lead to pathological REM has been the …

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Role of T1 Mapping in Inherited Cardiomyopathies

… Inherited cardiomyopathies are primary disorders of the heart muscle that have a genetic basis. On long-term … may aid in the diagnosis of Anderson-Fabry disease. 37,38 Athlete's Heart Physical training leads to an increase in left …

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Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes

… secondary to inherited cardiac diseases, while ischaemic heart disease predominates in older athletes. In the absence … prevention strategies. Keywords Sudden cardiac death , athlete , pre-participation screening , cardiomyopathy , ion … Department of Cardiovascular and cell sciences, St George's University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London, SW17 ORE. E: …

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Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction

… Metrics Article Text Figures & Tables References Article Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction Register or … DL, Cardiac dysfunction in heart failure: the cardiologist's love affair with time, Prog Cardiovasc Dis, 2006;49:157-81. … 2002;288:2144-50. Crossref | PubMed Prestle J, Dieterich S, Preuss M, et al., Heterogeneous transmural gene expression …

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An Update on N-terminal Pro-Brain-type Natriuretic Peptide for Risk Stratification in Chronic Heart Failure

… Natriuretic Peptide for Risk Stratification in Chronic Heart Failure Register or Login to View PDF Permissions … N Engl J Med, 2001;345:1667-75. Crossref | PubMed Masson S, Latini R, Anand IS, et al., Val-HeFT Investigators. Direct … Fail, 2007;9:266-71. Crossref | PubMed Latini R, Masson S, Wong M, et al., Val-HeFT Investigators. Incremental …

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Managing Hyponatraemia in Heart Failure

… & Tables References Article Managing Hyponatraemia in Heart Failure William T Abraham , Register or Login to View … of 15-30% in adults. 1,2 It is particularly common in heart failure: the Organized Program to Initiate Life Saving Treatment in Patients Hospitalized for Heart Failure (OPTIMIZE-HF) registry recorded that 25.3% of …

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