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A disease characterized by an abnormal build up of proteins (called amyloids) in various organs in the body.
Disorders of the aorta (the main artery that supplies blood from the heart) can be extremely life threatening and may include aneurysms, tears in the inner lining, and penetrating ulcers.
An abnormal heart rhythm that is considered serious when it causes the heart to beat too slow or too fast to effectively pump blood.
The deterioration of the function of the heart muscle that often leads to heart failure.
A defect in the structure of the heart and associated vessels, present at birth.
Occurs when arteries in the heart narrow or become blocked; may cause angina, a heart attack, or congestive heart failure.
Also known as congestive heart failure (CHF). This occurs when the heart muscle fails to pump blood due to a range of conditions.
A genetic condition in which the muscle of the heart is abnormally large in the absence of an apparent cause. When the muscle of the left ventricle of the heart becomes thicker than normal, blood flow is obstructed to the rest of the body.
Inflammation of the pericardium, the thin sac (membrane) that surrounds the heart.
Any disease involving one or more of the valves of the heart. Valvular heart disease may be inherited or acquired.