the disease. Forms of Cardiomyopathy There are four main types of nonischemic cardiomyopathy that are recognized by the World Health Organization: dilated (DCM), hypertrophic
(HCM), restrictive (RCM) and arrhythmogenicrightventricular (ARVC). Each
form is determined by the nature ...
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... Hypertrophic (hi-per-TROF-ik) cardiomyopathy Restrictive cardiomyopathy Arrhythmogenic (ah-rith-mo-JEN-ik) rightventricular dysplasia (dis-PLA-ze-ah) Other types of cardiomyopathy sometimes are referred to as "unclassified cardiomyopathy." Cardiomyopathy ...
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... Beta-blockers and diuretics are also often prescribed. ArrhythmogenicRightVentricularCardiomyopathy In the rare case that a child is diagnosed
with arrhythmogenicrightventricularcardiomyopathy, medications
to control arrhythmias and end stage congestive ...
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... the disease
can progress to congestive heart failure. ArrhythmogenicRightVentricularCardiomyopathy This is extremely rare in children and
there ... proposed. These include: (1) appearance of at least 4 trabeculations and deep trabecular recesses, (2) blood flow ...
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... other rare conditions such as Brugada syndrome and arrhythmogenicrightventricular dysplasia also may mean you need an ICD. Risks
... surgery. Follow your doctor's instructions. During the first four weeks following surgery, your doctor may ask you ...
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