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Brugada syndrome


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Brugada syndrome

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Brugada syndrome

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Brugada syndrome

Brugada syndrome

A case of Brugada syndrome

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.1 Prevalence of Brugada- Pattern in an Unselected Urban Population

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.2 Clinical and Electrocardiographic Characteristics in Parents of Patients Affected by Brugada Syndrome

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.3 ECG Characteristics in Cases of Provocable Right Bundle Branch Block and Coved ST Elevation in Right Precordial Leads with and Without Right Ventricular Abnormalities

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.4 Brugada Syndrome: The Registry of the Piemonte Region

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.5 Abnormal QT Dynamics and Nocturnal Temporal QT Dispersion in Brugada Syndrome

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.6 Brugada-Like ECG Findings Detected After Resection of Esophageal Cancer

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.7 Female Gender is a Risk Factor for Drug-Induced Long QT and Early Afterdepolarizations (EADS) in Anesthetized Dogs

13. Brugada Syndrome, LQTS, and ARVC 13.8 Electroanatomic Voltage Mapping in Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy

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An autosomal dominant disorder (sudden unexplained nocturnal death syndrome). Type 1 is caused by mutation in the pore-forming α subunit of voltage-gated sodium channel NaV1.5, leading to cardiovascular problems including idiopathic ventricular fibrillation and the risk of sudden cardiac arrest. Type 2 is caused by a defect in the GPD1L gene (glycerol-3-phosphatase dehydrogenase 1-like) which affects the properties of the ion channel mutated in type 1.

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