By J. F. Goodwin (auth.), G. Baroldi M.D., F. Camerini M.D., J. F. Goodwin M.D. (eds.)
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McKenna WJ, Franklin RCG, Annopoulos PN, Robinson KC, Deanfield JE, Dichie S, Krikler SJ (1988) Arrhythmia and prognosis in infants, children and adolescents with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. J Am Coli Cardiol 11 (1): 147-153 16. Lewis JF, Maron BJ (1989) Elderly patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: a subset with distinctive left ventricular morphology and progressive clinical course late in life. J Am Coli Cardiol 13 (I): 36-45 17. Louie EK, Maron BJ (1986) Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with extreme increase in left ventricular wall thickness: functional and morphologic features and clinical significance.
Among the 157, there was a subgroup of 46 patients who received no medical treatment either because of absence of symptoms or drug intolerance. 3). 7) with a range of 15 to 32 mm. Runs of VT at Holter monitoring were detected in 21 % of such patients. 3 to 15 years). Prognosis A number of negative prognostic signs have been shown to be associated with higher mortality in patients with HCM [1-4, 12, 13] (Table 1). When present, they seem to identify patients with excess risk of death, although their predictive value is low.
If this prevalence rate was to be applied in our population, it might ensue that patients currently diagnosed as having HCM are probably the tip of the iceberg. Clinical Experience of HCM in Florence Our interest started in 1967 with sporadic observations of severely symptomatic patients with HCM who were diagnosed by phonocardiography and/or in the catheterization laboratory. When 2D-echo was extensively used both for inand outpatients, the number of diagnoses rose dramatically. Patients often had no or few symptoms, but their ECG was often abnormal and the diagnosis had been uncertain for a long time.
Advances in Cardiomyopathies by J. F. Goodwin (auth.), G. Baroldi M.D., F. Camerini M.D., J. F. Goodwin M.D. (eds.)