The world is a wonderful place to live. We love being with our family and socializing with friends. We love going for warm winter vacations as well we love watching movies, listening to music, reading fiction bestsellers and also playing our favorite video games among our various daily activities. We all marvel at the at the birds of the air and the monsters of the sea. That’s why we consider life to be precious.
We are so grateful of the air we breathe in and can’t help wonder how our hearts functions to pump the blood throughout our bodies. Science really fascinates us. The most sad and melancholic situation or feeling engulfs us in the event that we realize our heart is not properly functioning.
Cases of heart attacks, cardiac arrest or other heart conditions makes us panic because they maybe fatal and cut short our precious life. One such condition which results to most of death due to heart diseases is Hypertrophic Cardiacmyopathy (HCM).
This site was initially established in 2002 and operated through to late 2009 with the aim of helping visitors seek earlier diagnosis and treatment for Hypertrophic Cardiacmyopathy (HCM). The site is dedicated to all those afflicted with Cardiomyopathy.
HCM is a heart condition which is a leading cause of sudden deaths and may go undetected for long until the death occurs. Such a disease is awe-inspiring and dreaded by all and sundry. The site used to reduce the panic of patients with this heart condition by providing all relevant content to help diagnose, treat and care for a HCM patient.
The site is now being relaunched with better and more elaborate content and guidelines to help manage Hypertrophic Cardiacmyopathy. You will learn more about the disease, its diagnosis or misdiagnosis, other related diseases, causes, symptoms and any other content which is relevant to the treatment, management and care for HCM patients. Already there are some valuable information about HCM. Click on various sections and posts to learn more about HCM and related heart conditions.
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Here’s an interesting example, although it’s not a pure cardiomyopathy case. The CT scan images are showing a benign thymoma on the right side of the heart, an aortic valve replacement for previous aortic stenosis, and you can see the left ventricle myocardium is thicker than normal.