Viernes, octubre 20, 2017
× BREVES | Durante el pasado congreso anual de la European Society of Cardiology, celebrado en Barcelona en agosto, hemos presentado dos trabajos: Prevalence of electrocardiographic abnormalities in a large sample of workers from several employment areas, Genotype-phenotype linkage in Marfan syndrome: are FBN1 variants related to prognosis. De especial interés es el segundo, resultado del trabajo de la Unidad de Marfan y Aortopatías Familiares del Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Victoria, que muestra la importancia del estudio genético en pacientes con síndrome de Marfan para estratificar el pronóstico e individualizar el seguimiento.

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