List Of Heart Diseases Classified – An Introduction To A Comprehensive Management Of These Condition

Heart disease (cardiopathy) refers to an embodiment of diseases affecting the heart. This includes coronary artery disease, hypertension, cardiac failure, congenital disease, valve disorders, infections, cardiomyopathy (cardio = heart, myo = muscle, pathy = disease), conduction disorders, and cardiac arrhythmias. It is the principal cause of death in the United States, England and Canada, responsible for 25.4% of death rate in the United States.There are several types of cardiac diseases, these are much deeper than to be addressed by one set of diagnosis. Before you can cure your heart disease, you have to figure out what type of disease it is by matching its source, affected areas and symptoms as closely as possible. This tabular guide will classify several types of heart disease as:1. Cardiovascular (CV)
2. Ischemic (IS)
3. Hypertensive (HH)
4. Inflammatory (IF)
5. Heart valve (HV)
6. Inherited (IH)
7. Heart failure (HF)
8. Extrinsic and intrinsic cardiomyopathy (EC and IC respectively)List of heart diseases ClassificationCoronary disease (coronary artery plaque) ——————————————CV, EC, HH
Myocardial Infarction (heart attack) ———————————————— CV, EC, HH
Hypertension (High blood pressure) ————————————————-HH
Ischemic disease (deadening of cardiac muscles) ———————————–CV
Cardiac arrhythmia (rhythm disorders) ———————————————-HH
Tachycardia (high racing of its pace) ————————————————HH, EC
Rheumatic disease (damage from rheumatic flu) ———————————–EC
Aortic Dissection ( tear in aortic wall) ———————————————–HH
Congenital diseases (an atria septa defect) —————————————–IH, EC
Dilated Cardiomyopathy (enlarged inner pouch) ————————————IC
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (mutation muscle enlargement) ——————–IC,
Alcoholic cardiomyopathy (alcohol affected cardiac muscle) ————————EC
Nutritional diseases affecting the heart ———————————————-EC
Ischemic cardiomyopathy (lark of blood to its muscle) ——————————EC
Hypertensive cardiomyopathy (BP affected muscle )———————————EC, HH
Valvular cardiomyopathy (malfunctioned valve disease) —————————-HV, EC
Inflammatory cardiomyopathy (inflammation of its muscle) ————————EC, IF
Restrictive cardiomyopathy (stiffen ventricular wall) ——————————–IC
Noncompaction Cardiomyopathy (poor ventricular growth) ————————-IC, IH
Atherosclerosis (plaguing of the inner wall of blood vessel) ————————-CV
Left ventricular hypertrophy (enlarge ventricle) ————————————–HH, EC
Congestive heart failure (structural or functional disorder) ————————–HF, HH, EC
Endocarditis (inflammation its inner layer) ——————————————–IF
Myocarditis (inflamed muscular part) ————————————————- IF
Pericardial tamponade (pressure from surrounding fluid) —————————-EC
Aortic Regurgitation (back flow of blood to ventricle) ——————————–HV
Aortic Stenosis (narrowed aortic valve) ———————————————–HV, IH
Mitral Regurgitation (back flow of blood to atrium) ———————————-EC
Mitral Stenosis (narrowed mitral valve) ———————————————- EC
Ellis-van Syndrome (restricted gene pool) ——————————————–IH
Familial Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (gene mutation) —————————–IH
Holt-Orams Syndrome (atria septa defect of varying severity) ———————-IH
Marfan Syndrome (dominant gene disorder) —————————————– IH
Ward-Romano Syndrome (as in cardiac arrhythmia) ———————————IH

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