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Thomas F. Lüscher
Bernard J. Gersh
Gender differences in heart failure are based on distinct characteristics in diagnosis, management, and prognosis in men and women. Molecular details of cardiac pathophysiology may influence the clinical phenotype. Genes differentially expressed (top) and phenotypic characteristics (bottom) are depicted relative to the other gender, where the left column represents genes and characteristics more prevalent in women, and the right column those more prevalent in men.
Difficulties in detection of acute coronary syndromes
Disentangling the conundrum of aetiology, pathogenesis, and clinical manifestation of cardiac disease in human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS). HAART, highly active antiretroviral therapy; IRIS, immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome; RHF, right heart failure.
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