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abnormal position of a part or organ (especially at the time of birth)

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Catheter ablation of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation initiated by non-pulmonary vein ectopy.
However, the onset of hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia with thiazides or loop diuretics may lead to increased ventricular ectopy and an increased incidence of sudden death.
Prevalence of human papillomavirus genotypes, and mucosal IgA anti-viral responses in women with cervical ectopy.
Telemetry usually is indicated for affected patients in order to observe for ectopy.
5) also supports previous research (24-26) and could be related to the fact that younger women are thought to be more susceptible to chlamydia than are older women, due to increased cervical ectopy.
Prediction of sudden death in heart failure patients: a novel perspective from the assessment of the peak ectopy rate.
cervical ectopy might predispose to infection and is more common in younger women), contextual risk factors (e.
Important biological risk factors are greater susceptibility to HIV transmission due to cervical ectopy, which is particularly pronounced in younger women, the presence of co-factors such as other sexually transmitted diseases or other infections, and the greater ease of transmission from men to women (10).
Inherited ventricular ectopy and sudden death in young german shepherd dogs.
A 24-hour Holter recording revealed an underlying sinus rhythm, with heart rates between 48 to 153 bpm and no ventricular ectopy.
This case shows that the male variant of the MURCS association may accompany miscellaneous urogenital anomalies such as renal agenesis, cross renal ectopy, vesicoureteral reflux.
Bethell et al (15) studied electrocardiographic findings of patients with severe diphtheria and found the degree of ventricular ectopy at the time of presentation significantly associated with fatal outcome.
Ectopy in trauma patients: cautions for use of heart period variability in medical monitoring.
In patients with clinically manifest coronary artery disease, clinical parameters such as reduced ventricular function, history of heart failure, frequent ventricular ectopy, inducible ventricular tachycardia on electrophysiologic studies, and abnormal autonomic function tests such as heart rate variability and abnormal microvolt T wave alternans are markers for an increased probability of sudden death (3).
Prostatic glands and urothelial epithelium in a seminal vesicle cyst: report of a case and review of pathologic features and prostatic ectopy.