from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A disease or disorder of the heart.
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- n. Any disease or disorder of the heart
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Disease of the heart.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a disease of the heart
We are drafting a program to deal with the phenomenon of, how do you call it, congenital cardiopathy, a heart problem among children, and I believe there are 1 percent being born with heart problems, and the possibilities we have to treat this; what method, system, plan to use. [sentence as heard]
Recently, Nordau, rejecting the theory of his master Lombroso, has maintained that it is just as reasonable to say that "genius is a neurosis" as that "athleticism is a cardiopathy" because many athletes are affected with heart disease.
Siamese twins died Friday night due to a complex congenital cardiopathy (a badly formed heart that both shared and which was incapable of pumping blood), according to Radio Programas del
However the political hearsay is that he allegedly suffered a cardiopathy with severe complications since he spent most of that time in an intensive care unit.
Luis Shimabukuro, director of the National Children's Institute, said Saturday that the Siamese twins died Friday night due to a complex congenital cardiopathy (a badly formed heart that both shared and which was incapable of pumping blood), according to Radio Programas del Peru (RPP).
Subjects to be covered include long-term efficacy for current treatment, early intervention and combination treatment for maximum benefit, Hyperglycaemia and Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), and Diabetic cardiopathy.