Cardisiography (CSG) Detects
Cardiac arrhythmias (rhythmology) are noticed by patients as an abnormally beating heart. Physicians can distinguish between the slow heartbeat (bradycardia), the misguided heartbeat (bundle branch block) and the fast heartbeat (tachycardia).
In coronary heart disease (CHD), the coronary arteries are narrowed and calcified as a result of atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis refers to the pathological storage of cholesterol esters and other fats in the inner wall layer of arterial blood vessels. This inflammatory process can begin at a young age.
“Structural heart disease” refers to all diseases of the heart involving a physical defect in the valves or the walls of the heart, affecting it’s functioning.