Rare Cardiac Diseases

The most widely recognized inherent heart defect related to Kounis syndrome might be an episode of angina or even a heart attack activated by an allergic reaction. The syndrome was named later Professor Nicholas G Kounis, a Greek cardiologist, who initiate that the syndrome is caused by chemical substances, for example, histamine, which are discharged by the body during an allergic reaction. These chemicals compounds cause the arteries that supply the heart with blood to go into fit, in this manner constraining the blood stream and causing angina-like chest pain. Torsade de pointe is a risky anomalous heart rhythm that can ready sudden cardiovascular death.

 

  • Tetralogy of fallot
  • Kawasaki disease
  • Takotsubo cardiomyopathy
  • Barlow’s syndrome
  • Kounis syndrome

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