A correction of all risk factors, as envisaged in the concept of global risk management is required.
The impact of a structured institutional lead management programme on TLE outcomes is investigated.
Scimitar meaning "curved Turkish sabre" derives from the typical radiological sign produced by the anomalous right pulmonary vein draining into the inferior vena cava.
A rare but severe complication.
A 59-year-old man who was hospitalised for a decline of his general clinical condition with repeated falls.
A case illustrating the importance of occasionally measuring the concentration of direct oral anticoagulants.
Valuable alternative for patients with congenital or acquired interruption of the inferior vena cava.
The case of atrial infarction presented herein points to the particular scrutiny required to identify ECG signs favouring its diagnosis.
A rare congenital cardiac anomaly that has been associated with myocardial ischaemia and sudden cardiac death in young patients.
Why further investigations are necessary in young patients with syncope, chest pain and dyspnoea.
A survival kit for busy clinicians within the "SGLT2 inhibitors' data "jungle"
A platform for postgraduate education and scientific work.
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