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Synonyms for cardiopathy

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However, in the case of cardiopathies, it appears necessary to design separate groups for patients and partners, allowing the latter to properly manage the problems associated with this pathology.
1) Other cardiopathies include pulmonary artery stenosis, aortic hypoplasia, coarctation of the aorta, mitral valve prolapse, and septal defects.
Electron microscopic observations regarding the presence of natriuretic granules in the ventricle of patients with cardiopathies.
Other cardiopathies include Marfan Syndrome and familial Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms and Aortic Dissections (Marfan/TAAD).
Il est susceptible d'entrainer des cardiopathies coronariennes, des maladies vasculaires peripheriques, des bronchites des emphysemes et de nombreux cancers.
Il est donc fortement recommande aux personnes non encore vaccinees de le faire, notamment celles agees de plus de 65 ans, celles souffrant de maladies chroniques, notamment le diabete, l'hypertension, les cardiopathies, l'asthme et les femmes enceintes.
Among other factors are the cardiopathies, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemias, high salt diet, smoking and arteriosclerosis (PIRES et al.
Numerous studies have analyzed the gene expression at level of messenger RNA (mRNA) extracted from maternal plasma in fetal pathologies such as trisomy (10,11), congenital cardiopathies (12) and maternal complications such as: pree clampsia (13,14), RCIU6 and previous percreta placenta (15), stating that the use of genetic markers at the level of mRNA of fetal-placental origin circulating in maternal plasma opens up new possibilities for strategies in early detection of fetal pathological conditions, noninvasive prenatal diagnosis, determination of risk for developing complications of pregnancy and pathology severity.
Summing up, the present study makes relevant contributions for clinical practice, derived from the fact that is uses a sample of men with recently diagnosed cardiopathies (myocardial infarction or angina pectoris), it combines more stable factors such as life satisfaction with more specific ones such as strategies of adjustment to illness, and it indicates the role played by the more or less adaptive coping in these first moments after the diagnosis, or the emotional distress that can be experienced after such an event.