An update on treatments for amyloid heart disease

Br J Cardiol 2013;20:107doi:10.5837/bjc.2013.024 Leave a comment
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First published online July 17th 2013

Patients with amyloid heart disease have historically been considered to have a very poor prognosis and were considered almost untreatable. However, recent therapeutic advances are encouraging and likely to have a marked effect on management across the amyloid spectrum. This message needs to be conveyed to cardiologists, not least because there is now benefit to performing an endomyocardial biopsy to determine amyloid type. We provide an update on the significant progress in managing the three most common forms of amyloid heart disease in the UK.

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