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heart

(Essential part), noun core, essence, marrow, nerve, nucleus, pith, sum and substance
Associated concepts: heart of the case, heart of the pleadings

heart

(Fortitude), noun ardor, backbone, doughtiness, fearlessness, fervor, focus, gallantry, intestinal fortitude, mettle, spirit, substance, toleration, valor

heart

(Kindness), noun altruism, benevolence, clemency, compassion, gentleness, grace, humanity, kind offices, kind treatment, leniency, magnanimity, mercy, pity, sympathy, temperament, tenderness
See also: center, confidence, consequence, cornerstone, essence, faith, focus, frame, main point, significance, substance
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Griffet V9 et al in their workup of Athlete's heart in the young, while recording the ECG and echocardiographic patterns in 107 French athletes and hence concluded Adolescent athlete's heart is normal.
An early involvement of RV myocardial remodeling in young athletes could be therefore a new and unknown aspect of the athlete's heart.
Caption: Figure 3: Clinical criteria used to help differentiate athlete's heart from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in individuals with borderline abnormalities.
Roughly 40% of highly trained individuals have abnormal ECG patterns that are labeled athlete's heart, and this condition is not restricted to the elite athlete category, said Dr.
A student athlete's heart attack is a shocking event, and can have serious emotional impact upon a school and local community.
Immediately after and 1 minute after the end of the test, the athlete's heart rate is verified.
The knowledge and recognition of the organic and functional changes developing in the athlete's heart is being helpful to differentiate physiological changes from cardiac pathologies that can cause sudden death in athletes.
For some reason, the overtrained athlete's heart response to running is dampened.
Subtle clues in test results will help to differentiate athlete's heart from hypertrophic or dilated cardiomyopathy, Christine E.