Succinate dehydrogenase gene mutations in cardiac paragangliomas

V.L. Martucci, A. Emaminia, J. del Rivero, R.M. Lechan, B.T. Magoon, A. Galia, T. Fojo, S. Leung, R. Lorusso, C. Jimenez, B.L. Shulkin, J.L. Audibert, K.T. Adams, D.R. Rosing, A. Vaidya, R.G. Dluhy, K.A. Horvath, K. Pacak

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Pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas are chromaffin cell tumors arising from neuroendocrine cells. At least 1/3 of paragangliomas are related to germline mutations in 1 of 17 genes. Although these tumors can occur throughout the body, cardiac paragangliomas are very rare, accounting for Inc.
Original languageEnglish
JournalAmerican Journal of Cardiology
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

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Martucci, V. L., Emaminia, A., del Rivero, J., Lechan, R. M., Magoon, B. T., Galia, A., Fojo, T., Leung, S., Lorusso, R., Jimenez, C., Shulkin, B. L., Audibert, J. L., Adams, K. T., Rosing, D. R., Vaidya, A., Dluhy, R. G., Horvath, K. A., & Pacak, K. (2015). Succinate dehydrogenase gene mutations in cardiac paragangliomas. American Journal of Cardiology, 115(12).