This cohort study evaluates if mild echocardiographic pulmonary hypertension is associated with reduced right ventricular function and increased risk of mortality.
This study evaluates data from the New York Percutaneous Intervention Reporting System to assess the association between reported risk-adjusted hospital percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)–related mortality and a hospital’s future PCI-related mortality.
This essay describes the author’s challenges in predicting treatment courses for patients.
A man in his late 50s with a history of remote coronary artery bypass grafting presents with unstable angina and experiences worsening exertional dyspnea and multiple episodes of syncope after undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention with a drug-eluting stent. What would you do next?
This case report describes a man in his early 70s with black discoloration of the aortic valve.
This diagnostic study compares coronary calcium score and cardiovascular monosodium urate deposits detected by dual-energy computed tomography in patients with gout and control patients without gout and verification by microscopy in cadavers.
This cohort study assesses the association of mental stress–induced impairment in endothelium-dependent relaxation with adverse cardiovascular outcomes among individuals with stable coronary artery disease.
This study uses data from multiple US healthcare associations to assess the representation of women and underrepresented minority members among the pool of physicians working in cardiology.
This Viewpoint describes the necessity of including metrics additional to complication rates in the quality assessment of percutaneous coronary interventions.
This cohort study analyzes high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T levels and the associated cardiovascular risks among a cohort of older adults with no cardiovascular conditions enrolled in the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study.
A man in his mid-50s was referred with 2 years of insidious exertional dyspnea and neck fullness. Abdominal examination revealed an enlarged, pulsatile liver with smooth edges palpable 4 cm below the costal margin, and electrocardiography showed resting abnormalities (rightward axis and inferolateral T-wave inversions). What would you do next?
This cohort study examines trends in outcomes and mortality rates for UK patients with a new heart failure diagnosis.
This study investigates how pragmatic or explanatory cardiovascular randomized clinical trials are and if this has changed over time.
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