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If we find the common regulatory mechanism among them, prevention and therapy for myocardiopathy may be operated effectively through multiple ways by targeting the same regulatory factor.
Hypertrophic myocardiopathy on a child of a mother with diabetes
5 liters per minute, was used in an emergency case of a 16-month-old infant suffering from dilated myocardiopathy with a serious infection of the ventricular assistance device that had been implanted earlier," said Antonio Amodeo, a senior hospital official.
Electrocardiographically it is frequently noticed disturbances of ventricular repolarization in acute Chagas' disease (7, 10-13), which indicate that acute Chagas' myocardiopathy could be considered an ischemic disease; indeed pattern of wall motion abnormalities and delayed enhancement determined by Cardiac magnetic resonance in Chagas' disease patients may mimic ischemic cardiomyopathies, with especial predilection for the apical and inferolateral segments of the left ventricle (14).
Regular transfusion therapy leads to iron overload-related complications including endocrine complication (growth retardation, failure of sexual maturation, diabetes mellitus, and insufficiency of the parathyroid, thyroid, pituitary, and less commonly, adrenal glands), dilated myocardiopathy, liver fibrosis and cirrhosis).
Six case-patients with severe disease had cardiac complications: 2 had pericarditis confirmed by echocardiography, 2 had ischemic cardiac shock, and 2 myocardiopathy and myocarditis.