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Mathews Journal of Cardiology

2572-6420

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Recently Published Articles
Research Article

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy for Noninvasive Arrhythmia Treatment

Published : 23rd November 2022
Authors : Lili Yang1, Min Li1, Shi Liu1, Lili Chen2, C-M Charlie Ma2
Citation : Yang L, et al. (2022). Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy for Noninvasive Arrhythmia Treatment. Mathews J Cardiol. 6(1):24.

Review Article

Fibrillation and Flutter of the Heart, Pathological Aspects of the Mechanism

Published : 20th August 2022
Authors : Khabchabov RG*, Makhmudova ER
Citation : Khabchabov RG, et al. (2022). Fibrillation and Flutter of the Heart, Pathological Aspects of the Mechanism. Mathews J Cardiol. 6(1):23.

Mini Review

Myocardial Infarction in Covid-19 Era: A Dramatic Dip into the Past?

Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Vincenzo De Simone*, Antonio Mugnolo, Alberto Zamboni, Giorgio Morando
Citation : De Simone V, et al. (2020). Myocardial infarction in Covid-19 era: a dramatic dip into the past?. Mathews J Cardiol. (5)1:22.

Case Report

Multimodality Evaluation of Multiple Mitral Valve Myxomas: A Rare, Benign but Potentially Life-Threatening Tumor

Published : 18th September 2019
Authors : Yutian Sun1, Hong Gao1, Boqi Hu2
Citation : Hu B. (2019). Multimodality Evaluation of Multiple Mitral Valve Myxomas: A Rare, Benign but Potentially Life-Threatening Tumor. Mathews J Cardiol 4(1): 21.

Case Report

Test the Vasospastic ST-Segment Depression Reversibility with Nitrates in Non-Obstructive Coronary Disease

Published : 03rd March 2019
Author : Yasser Mohammed Hassanain Elsayed*
Citation :  Elsayed YMH (2019). Test the Vasospastic ST-Segment Depression Reversibility with Nitrates in Non-Obstructive Coronary Disease. Mathews J Cardiol 4(1): 20.

Short Communication

Augmented Atrial Vulnerability in Patients with Sinus Node Dysfunction: Is the Electrophysiologic Abnormality Limited Only to the Sinus Node?

Published : 15th November 2018
Authors : Osmar Antonio Centurión1,2*, FACC, FAHA, José Fernando Alderete1 , Judith María Torales1,2, Laura Beatriz García1,2, Karina Elizabeth Scavenius1
Citation : Centaurión OA, Alderete JF, Morales JM, Garcían LB, et al. (2018). Augmented Atrial Vulnerability in Patients with Sinus Node 3 Dysfunction: Is the Electrophysiologic Abnormality Limited Only to the Sinus Node?. Mathews J Cardiol. 3(1): 019.

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