Cardiovascular Pathophysiology is organized along anatomic lines: heart muscle, the specialized conduction system, coronary arteries, valves, pericardium, congenital abnormalities, and great vessels. Each chapter begins with a clinical case, and as the chapter proceeds, relevant pathophysiology is applied to the case until it is resolved at the end of the chapter. Two appendices are included-Physical Examination and Electrocardiographic Abnormalities, and Diagnostic Tests-and review questions and answers are provided for self-assessment.Reissued by Hayes Barton Press
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