Cardiology at the Limits, Volume 2002
This is the sixth in a series of symposia that test and re-test the limits of our cardiological knowledge. The first symposium in 1997 was dedicated to the initiation of the Chair of Cellular Cardiology, a joint venture between the University of Cape Town and University College London. Subsequent symposia celebrated the ongoing collaboration of the two universities, the two Hatter Institutes, and the Chair of Cellular Cardiology that bridges them.
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Dilemmas in research and practice
The Hatter Lecture
New imaging techniques to define the limits
PPARs at the limits of diabetes
a harbinger of heart disease
Passing from the limits of hypertension to heart
what are the limits?
Clinical applications of cardiac memory
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