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>Revistas >Revista Mexicana de Cardiología >Año 2017, No. 4


Harrison GC, Harrison RD, Sánchez LF, Guerrero GH, Domínguez CLG
Amiloidosis cardíaca senil: una revisión
Rev Mex Cardiol 2017; 28 (4)

Idioma: Inglés
Referencias bibliográficas: 58
Paginas: 180-188
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RESUMEN

La amiloidosis cardiaca senil relacionada con transtiretina tipo salvaje no es tan infrecuente como se ha pensado previamente, varios casos de insuficiencia cardiaca con fracción de expulsión preservada pueden estar relacionadas con esta enfermedad infiltrativa. Habitualmente es sub-diagnosticada debido a que se requiere estudio histológico y existe reticencia a realizar biopsias en esta población de pacientes seniles por su fragilidad. Nuevos métodos diagnósticos no invasivos incrementarán el diagnóstico de amiloidosis cardiaca por transtiretina, y la consecuencia directa será una mayor investigación y ensayos clínicos para su diagnóstico y tratamiento.


Palabras clave: Amiloidosis, Insuficiencia cardiaca con fracción de expulsión preservada.


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