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Erbliche Herzerkrankungen

In der Rubrik der hereditären herzerkrankungen werden alle Herzerkrankungen erfasst die eine genetische Ursache haben. Das Spektrum der genetischen Ursache reicht von Mutationen, die unmittelbar eine Krankheit auslösen können, bis zu genetischen Variationen bei denen in epidemiologischen Studien ein Zusammenhang mit Herzerkrankungen festgestellt wurde.

Gliederung

Genetisch bedingte Erkrankungen
Erbliche Augenerkrankungen und Sehstörungen
Erbliche Blutkrankheiten und Gerinnungsstörungen
Erbliche Bronchial- und Lungenerkrankungen
Erbliche Erkrankungen des Muskel- und Skelettsystems
Erbliche Erkrankungen im Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Bereich
Erbliche Fehlbildungen
Erbliche Gefäßerkrankungen
Erbliche Hauterkrankungen
Erbliche Herzerkrankungen
Arteriosklerose
APOB
APOE
HABP2
LDLR
LPA
MTHFR
PON1
SLC3A1
Hereditäre Arrhythmie
Long-QT-Syndrom
Long-QT-Syndrom 01
KCNQ1
Long-QT-Syndrom 02
KCNH2
Long-QT-Syndrom 13
KCNJ5
Short-QT-Syndrom
Short-QT-Syndrom 1
KCNH2
Short-QT-Syndrom 2
KCNQ1
Short-QT-Syndrom 3
KCNJ2
Hereditäre Kardiomyopathie
Dilatative Kardiomyopathie 1A
LMNA
Malouf-Syndrom
LMNA
Kongenitale Herzfehlbildungen
Atriumseptumdefekt 7 mit AV-Leitungsstörung
NKX2-5
Fallot-Tetralogie
NKX2-5
Hypoplastisches Linksherzsyndrom 2
NKX2-5
Konotrunkaler Herzfehler
NKX2-5
Ventrikelseptumdefekt 3
NKX2-5
Erbliche Infektionsanfälligkeiten
Erbliche Lebererkrankungen
Erbliche Nervenerkrankungen
Erbliche Nierenerkrankungen
Erbliche Pankreaserkrankungen
Erbliche Stoffwechselerkrankungen
Erbliche Tumorerkrankungen
Erbliche endokrinologische Erkrankungen
Erbliche immunologische Erkrankungen
Erblicher Bluthochdruck
Genetische Einflüsse auf Arzneimittel-Verträglichkeit

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