enlarged heart


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Noun1.enlarged heart - an abnormal enlargement of the heartenlarged heart - an abnormal enlargement of the heart; "mild cardiomegaly is common in athletes"
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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Mr Bailey, who worked at Caparo Wire on Wrexham Industrial Estate, also had aN enlarged heart, weighing 480g compared to a normal 350g.
He was diagnosed with the condition after suffering a cardiac arrest during surgery for an enlarged heart, which left him in a coma in 2013.
Despite signs of an enlarged heart and diagnosing Mr Grant wi74h hypotension and ischemia, which causes a shortage in blood supply, Dr Barrett said there was insufficient evidence of either directly causing Mr Grant's death, and there were no signs of a stroke, heart attack nor any suspicious circumstances.
Alan had an enlarged heart and had been on warfarin for 16 years, and because Debbie had rushed back to the car to get his medication doctors knew which drugs he was on which helped them treat him.
WESTMINSTER -- A familiar face in the community, Westminster Officer Caesar, a Czech shepherd who was a 71/2 -year veteran of the force, was euthanized Monday after suffering from an enlarged heart.
Brian's partner, Emma Dowey, 37, who is stewardess at the club, said: "Brian suffered from an enlarged heart and had been treated at the hospital unit.
Spokesman for the National Committee to Break the Siege Adham Abu Salmieh said on Thursday that Ahmad Ammar Abu Nahl was suffering from an enlarged heart and liver and had been planning to go to Turkey via Egypt for treatment, Ma'an news agency reported.
A coroner conducted a post mortem and confirmed the cause of the death, reporting particularly enlarged heart and swollen kidneys.
There were also signs of enlarged heart and swollen kidneys.
This medicine, he said, may cause lots of diseases like diabetes, enlarged heart and kidney, and, in some advanced circumstances, may result in exhaustion, weakness, and even early death.
Bae suffers from diabetes, an enlarged heart, liver problems and back pain.
Mrs Loyal added: "In all the eight years of her life I was never told by a medical professional that she had an enlarged heart and have medical evidence of that.