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New General Cardiology Online Programme

Access over 260 online courses, complete self-assessment MCQs, upload your cases and procedures for personal record, initiate 360º peer appraisals...

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ESC Clinical Cases

Students, cardiologists or anyone wanting to refresh their clinical competence can test their knowledge through these cases.

The aim of these clinical cases is to present real and typical clinical scenarios, discuss findings and management in the light of current ESC recommendations and follow the clinical course of the case.

The cases will usually focus on one central topic although a particular case often will touch on several fields in cardiology and illustrate a number of issues or guidelines.  

Since the purpose is an education in general cardiology, case scenarios should not deal with very rare situations.  Unusual case reports should be avoided and rather submitted to specific ESC associations or working groups.

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