Cardio-Oncology

Throughout cancer treatment, it is an interdisciplinary area of medicine that deals with clinical and molecular changes in the cardiovascular system, particularly chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

Patients with cardiac tumors usually experience infinite symptoms such as dyspnea, fatigue, thoracoabdominal pain, nausea, fever, hemoptysis, diarrhea, and weight loss.

The diagnosis is mostly based on clinical history; the patient has been diagnosed with cardiac tumors for the first time after a stroke, an embolism caused by weakened tumor tissue.

Subtopics

Advanced cancer therapy | Heart malignancy | Intra-cardiac tumor | Cardiomyopathy | HER2-directed therapy | Vascular toxicities | Chemotherapy-related cardiac dysfunctions | Cardio-oncology programs

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