Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Diagnosis and Treatment of Myocarditis

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Academic Editor

Jose Milei
Jose Milei

University of Buenos Aires,
Argentina

Co-editor

Giuseppe Ambrosio
Giuseppe Ambrosio

Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia,
Italy

Published08 May 2013

Doi10.5772/46013

ISBN978-953-51-1082-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-7139-3

Copyright year2013

Number of pages208

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Table of Contents

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1. Clinical Presentation

By Rafid Fayadh Al-Aqeedi

2,173
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2. Targeting T Cells to Treat Trypanosoma cruzi-Induced Myocarditis

By Andrea Henriques-Pons and Marcelo P. Villa-Forte Gomes

1,831
4. Endomyocardial Biopsy: A Clinical Research Tool and a Useful Diagnostic Method

By Julián González, Francisco Salgado, Francisco Azzato, Giuseppe Ambrosio and Jose Milei

2,731
5. Pathogenesis of Chronic Chagasic Myocarditis

By Julián González, Francisco Azzato, Giusepe Ambrosio and José Milei

2,045
6. Peripartum Myocarditis

By Marina Deljanin Ilic and Dejan Simonovic

2,822
7. Myocarditis in Children Requiring Critical Care Transport

By Jordan S. Rettig and Gerhard K. Wolf

2,118
8. New Trends in the Development of Treatments of Viral Myocarditis

By Decheng Yang, Huifang Mary Zhang, Xin Ye, Lixin Zhang and Huanqin Dai

2,149

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