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Congenital heart disease (CHD) happens when the heart develops abnormally before you're born. It can mean the heart’s chambers, valves, blood vessels or electrical pathways have an irregular structure. Thanks to advances in heart care, most people born with CHD live long, healthy lives. ...
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Vascular diseases like peripheral artery disease and carotid artery disease can take a toll on how blood vessels circulate blood, nutrients and oxygen throughout the body. Whether you need emergency or preventive care, we use the latest endovascular procedures to restore healthy blood flow. ...
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Aortic diseases are a group of conditions that affect your aorta. As your body’s largest artery, the aorta carries blood away from your heart and pumps it throughout the rest of your body. These diseases can take different forms, with aortic aneurysms being the most common. ...
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Even the tiniest things can make the biggest impact on your life — like ticks which can cause Lyme disease. When we spend time outdoors, the threat of Lyme disease increases since those pesty ticks thrive in warm weather. ...
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Symptoms and risk factors for heart diseases among women look different from men. That’s why the gender you were assigned at birth plays a role in detecting heart disease. Our experts care for women who are living with heart disease or are at risk for developing it by placing their goals and health history at the heart of each wellness plan. ...
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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common circulatory condition that happens when the arteries that supply blood to the extremities (most commonly the legs) become narrowed or blocked. This reduced blood flow can lead to a range of symptoms and potentially serious complications. ...
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Your carotid arteries are 2 main arteries in the neck that are responsible for carrying oxygenated blood to the brain, face and neck. When these arteries narrow due to cholesterol, it's called carotid artery disease. ...
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Valvular and structural heart diseases develop when at least 1 of the 4 heart valves don’t circulate blood as well as they should, leading to conditions like stenosis, prolapse and regurgitation. Whenever possible, we use the latest minimally invasive treatments to get your health back on track. ...
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Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump sufficient blood to meet the body's needs. Advanced heart failure can be treated through various methods, including medications, electrical or valvular device implantations, a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) to aid circulation, or by transplanting a healthy heart to replace the existing one.  ...
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The Division of Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases faculty at Tufts Medical Center in downtown Boston is deeply committed to helping all of our fellows reach their career goals.
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The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Training Program at Tufts Medical Center provides trainees with the necessary skills to become exceptional specialists. Fellows are integrated into all aspects of the Division of Cardiology and the CardioVascular Center, providing bedside care, mastering procedural skills and participating in educational and research activities.

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