extracardiac

extracardiac

/ex·tra·car·di·ac/ (-kahr´de-ak) outside the heart.

extracardiac

Outside the heart.
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The presence of concurrent cardiac lesions and clinical features suggestive of Carney complex (such as spotty skin pigmentation, endocrine disease, or benign extracardiac connective tissue tumors) should raise the suspicion of familial transmission, for which causative mutations have been identified.
Extracardiac rhabdomyoma: A clinicopathologic study and review of the literature.
Clinical manifestations of digoxin toxicity are cardiac and extracardiac.
Extracardiac anomalies in the heterotaxy syndromes with focus on anomalies of midline-associated structures.
The majority of patients with chest pain and suspected acute coronary syndrome are diagnosed with other cardiac or extracardiac conditions (1).
Exclusion criteria included acute coronary syndrome, a history of thyroid disease, amiodarone therapy and significant extracardiac illness.
Providing ultrasound images throughout, she discusses screening for congenital heart disease; the normal fetal heart; various types of abnormalities and their prevalence, features, management and outcome, and extracardiac associations; tumors, cardiomyopathies, and other anomalies; and counseling and outcomes.
7 of these were performed as intracardiac (lateral) tunnel and 8 were performed as extracardiac tunnel.
Both primary (intrinsic heart muscle disease) and secondary cardiomyopathy (with an identifiable underlying extracardiac cause) were considerations as the cause of heart failure in this hawk.
The pulmonary veins make an abnormal connection to the right atrium, with coronary sinus or systemic veins resulting physiologically in an extracardiac left-to-right shunt.
The extracardiac anomalies were cataract (n=1), polydactyly (n=1), amelia (n=1), and multiple congenital malformations (n=1).
44) This study, and the one mentioned in the preceding paragraph, could perhaps have been more helpful to those with an interest in cardiac sarcoid if they had included noncardiac samples from a group of patients with extracardiac sarcoid because it would be interesting to see if the cytokine profile was different in the two disease states.