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G Batmaz, E Villain, D Bonnet, L Iserin, A Fraisse, J Kachaner
From 1983 to 1997, we have studied ten children with complete atrioventricular block likely due to myocarditis in order to assess its prognosis and to define a therapeutic strategy. Their age ranged from 6 days to 16 years (median: 4.1 years). All were admitted for sudden complete block, with symptoms in seven: syncope or fainting, seizures, collapse. Three had an asymptomatic bradycardia which was detected on routine auscultation in children with fever or already hospitalized; fever was present in 5. The disease was related to infection on biological data in 4 cases (1 listeriosis and 3 seroconversions for Epstein Barr or cytomegalic or Coxsackie B viruses), on a myocardial biposy in 1 case and on scintigraphic data in 1 case...
May 2000: Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux
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