Archive for Febbraio 2008

Fetal dysrhythmias : Practice points

Fetal cardiac dysrhythmias are potentially life-threatening conditions. However, intermittent
extrasystoles, which are frequently encountered in clinical practice, do not require treatment.
Sustained forms of brady- and tachyarrhythmias might require fetal intervention. Fetal echocardiography
is essential not only to establish the diagnosis but also to monitor fetal response to therapy.
In the last decade, improvements in ultrasound methodology and new diagnostic tools have
contributed to better diagnostic accuracy and to a greater understanding of the electrophysiological
mechanisms involved in fetal cardiac dysrhythmias.

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Joint meeting AEPC and ECHSA

Joint meeting 43rdAnnual Meeting AEPC and 18th Spring meeting ECHSA
Venice Lido -Italy, May 21-24 2008

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Aneurisma o diverticolo isolato del ventricolo destro nel feto.

L’aneurisma e il diverticolo isolato del ventricolo destro sono rare anomalie congenite
il cui riscontro prenatale e’ eccezionalmente insolito.

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