Heart-hand syndrome, Slovenian type
Synonyms: Atriodigital dysplasia, Slovenian type | Cardiac conduction disease-dilated cardiomyopathy-brachydactyly syndrome
A rare autosomal dominant form of heart-hand syndrome that is characterized by adult onset progressive cardiac conduction disease tachyarrhythmias that can lead to sudden death dilated cardiomyopathy and brachydactyly with the hands less severely affected than the feet. Muscle weakness and/or myopathic electromyographic findings have been observed in some cases.
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