Structural heart disease

What is Structural heart disease?

Structural heart disease is often congenital. It occurs when the heart does not develop normally in the fetus. For instance, the heart blood vessels may be in the wrong place, holes may occur between different chambers in the heart, valves may be too tight, or a chamber may not develop.

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After some palpitations, I had an EKG. It said "sinus rhythm with marked sinus arrhythmia". He said it was okay to exercise but then also...

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1. If palpitations were associated with dizziness, loss of consciousness,...

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Dr XXXXXXX Could you please explain the risk of having rbbb with no underlying cause and that always has been on my ecg since years with qrs: 126....

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Right bundle branch block with no underlying structural heart disease and no symptoms...

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Hi I have what my cardiologist says are benign pacs and rare pvcs. I noticed lately I've been waking up with my heart racing and also having etopic...

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1. First thing in work up is that if you ever had any dangerous symptoms like loss of consciousness...

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