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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · November 24, 2022

Exercise Test Abnormalities as a Predictor of Sudden Cardiac Death and Transplant-Free Survival in Childhood HCM

Circulation

 

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Circulation
The Prevalence and Association of Exercise Test Abnormalities with Sudden Cardiac Death and Transplant-Free Survival in Childhood Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Circulation 2022 Nov 06;[EPub Ahead of Print], J Conway, S Min, C Villa, RG Weintraub, S Nakano, J Godown, M Tatangelo, K Armstrong, M Richmond, B Kaufman, AK Lal, S Balaji, A Power, N Baez Hernandez, L Gardin, PF Kantor, JJ Parent, PF Aziz, JL Jefferies, A Dragulescu, A Jeewa, L Benson, MW Russell, R Whitehill, J Rossano, T Howard, S Mital

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