Convoluted heart vessels.
Tortuous coronary arteries are usually a normal variant of no concern. Sometimes they can be associated with high blood pressure. There is no need for routine testing of your children or grandchildren unless they have symptoms.
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Internationally acclaimed cardialogist, distinguished professor, author and inventor Dr. Douglas P. Zipes is an authority on what is called pacing and electrophysialogy (rhythms of the heart).
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|Title Annotation:||Heart Health: Ask Dr. Zipes: A noted cardiologist answers your questions|
|Author:||Zipes, Douglas P.|
|Publication:||Saturday Evening Post|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2008|
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