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Giovanni Maria Lancisi's description of commotio cordis.

Kalyanam Shivkumar, Noel G Boyle,

Heart Rhythm (Heart rhythm)
[2020, 17(4):674-675]

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Atrial Fibrillation Induced From Commotio Cordis.

Ashkan Alkhamisi, Stephen M Carek, Michael C Dillon, James R Clugston,

CASE:A 20-year-old male collegiate basketball player was evaluated for sudden chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, and blurry vision, following an elbow to the anterior chest by another player. His symptoms improved over 10 minutes of observation, but rhythm strip performed onsite showed atrial fibrillation, and the athlete was transmitted ... Read more >>

Clin J Sport Med (Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine)
[2019, :]

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A Stricter Approach for Commotio Cordis in Lethal Cases.

Francesco Lupariello, Giancarlo Di Vella,

Am. J. Cardiol. (The American journal of cardiology)
[2019, 124(10):1649]

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Defining Commotio Cordis.

Barry J Maron, Cooper S Sheppard,

Am. J. Cardiol. (The American journal of cardiology)
[2019, 124(10):1649-1650]

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Commotio cordis and L-type calcium channel mutation: Is there a link?

Antonio Creta, Oliver Hanington, Pier D Lambiase,

Commotio cordis is a rare phenomenon when ventricular fibrillation and sudden death occurs with a blunt, nonpenetrating blow to the chest. Individual susceptibility to commotio cordis has been demonstrated in swine models, and might be present in humans as well. We report a case of commotio cordis in an adolescent ... Read more >>

Pacing Clin Electrophysiol (Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE)
[2019, 42(10):1411-1413]

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Commotio Cordis Caused During Hurling Game

C Connellan, S Kelleher, M Islam, D Kenny, A James, T Prendiville, K Walsh,

A teenage boy had a cardiac arrest following a blow to the chest from a hurling ball (sliotar). Prompt resuscitation and automated external defibrillation enabled a full recovery. This is the first reported case of commotio cordis caused by a sliotar although it is described in other sports. Primary prevention ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2019, 112(6):956]

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A Lethal Blow to the Chest as an Underdiagnosed Cause of Sudden Death in United Kingdom Sports (Football, Cricket, Rugby).

Susanna Cooper, Noel W Woodford, Barry J Maron, Kevin M Harris, Mary N Sheppard,

Nonpenetrating blunt force trauma to the front of the chest can lead to commotio cordis, a cardiac rhythm disturbance, which can result in cardiac arrest and death. The condition is particularly noted during sport. No series of such cases has been published in the UK. This study is a retrospective ... Read more >>

Am. J. Cardiol. (The American journal of cardiology)
[2019, 124(5):808-811]

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The role of the autopsy in the diagnosis of commotio cordis lethal cases: Review of the literature.

Francesco Lupariello, Giancarlo Di Vella,

Commotio Cordis (CC) diagnosis is based on the occurrence of a blunt, non-penetrating blow to the chest preceding cardiovascular collapse and the absence of structural damage that would explain any observed effects. In CC lethal cases, the execution of the autopsy represents a possible diagnostic tool. Nevertheless, to date in ... Read more >>

Leg Med (Tokyo) (Legal medicine (Tokyo, Japan))
[2019, 38:73-76]

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Diagnostic Criteria for Commotio Cordis Caused by Violent Attack: Review of the Literature.

Francesco Lupariello, Serena Maria Curti, Giancarlo Di Vella,

The diagnosis of lethal commotio cordis (CC) is really complex. The forensic pathologist's task is even more relevant when he/she has to explain a CC diagnosis caused by an assault in a trial. The purpose of this study was to analyze the literature on lethal CC as a result of ... Read more >>

Am J Forensic Med Pathol (The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology)
[2018, 39(4):330-336]

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Forensic Pathological Identification and Antidiastole of Commotio Cordis.

M H Tian, W M Gao, Y Q Jia, J J Xue, Y Xiao, Z P Cao, B L Zhu,

Commotio cordis (CC) is the acute death caused by the cardiac rhythm disorder after a sudden blunt external force to the precordium of a healthy person without previous heart disease. As one type of violent heart damage, CC is rare with relatively small external force and sudden death, therefore causing ... Read more >>

Fa Yi Xue Za Zhi (Fa yi xue za zhi)
[2018, 34(5):538-541]

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MY APPROACH to Commotio Cordis.

N A Mark Estes, Jonathan Weinstock,

Trends Cardiovasc. Med. (Trends in cardiovascular medicine)
[2019, 29(4):248]

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Size as an Important Determinant of Chest Blow-induced Commotio Cordis.

Christopher Madias, Barry J Maron, Nathan Dau, Nathan A Mark Estes, Cynthia Bir, Mark S Link,

PURPOSE:Commotio cordis is sudden cardiac death caused by a relatively innocent blow to the left chest wall. Adolescents account for the majority of the cases; whether this is due to the higher frequency of adolescents playing ball sports or whether there is some maturational reduction of risk is not known. ... Read more >>

Med Sci Sports Exerc (Medicine and science in sports and exercise)
[2018, 50(9):1767-1771]

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An Unusual Case of Commotio Cordis Resulting in Ventricular Flutter.

Brooke T Davey, Carolina Quintana, Shailendra Upadhyay,

A 16-year-old male developed palpitations immediately following chest impact with a soccer ball. The patient was noted to have ventricular flutter in a delayed presentation that was successfully treated. While ventricular fibrillation is the predominant arrhythmia following commotio cordis, ventricular flutter may occur as well. Ventricular flutter may be better ... Read more >>

J Emerg Trauma Shock (Journal of emergencies, trauma, and shock)
[2018, 11(3):225-227]

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Sudden Death and Catastrophic Injury Reporting: A Call to Action for Athletic Trainers.

Thomas P Dompier, Kristen L Kucera, Jonathan A Drezner, Douglas J Casa, Johna K Register-Mihalik, Kevin M Guskiewicz,

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
[2019, 54(2):122-123]

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Prevention of Sudden Death Related to Sport: The Science of Basic Life Support-from Theory to Practice.

Rodrigo Luiz Vancini, Pantelis Theodoros Nikolaidis, Claudio Andre Barbosa de Lira, Cássia Regina Vancini-Campanharo, Ricardo Borges Viana, Marilia Dos Santos Andrade, Thomas Rosemann, Beat Knechtle,

The sudden cardiac arrest (CA) and death of athletes are dramatic and emotionally impacting events for health professionals, family, and society. Although the practice of sport participation improves general health, physical fitness, and quality of life, intense physical exercise can be a trigger for CA and sudden death occasionally in ... Read more >>

J Clin Med (Journal of clinical medicine)
[2019, 8(4):]

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Pediatric Sports-Related Injuries.

Thomas Brown, Mark Moran,

At any time there are millions of athletes ages 6 to 18 years participating in sports-related activities and the number is increasing. Unfortunately, the number of overuse injuries is also on the rise. This increase is most likely associated with single-sport specialization before the onset of puberty. As physicians and ... Read more >>

Clin Pediatr (Phila) (Clinical pediatrics)
[2019, 58(2):199-212]

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Commotio Cordis in a Professional Soccer Player: Value of MRI in Unraveling Myocardial Damage.

Vladimir Zeldetz, Shayne Greenberg, Lior Zeller, Doron Zahger, Aryeh Shalev,

Circ Cardiovasc Imaging (Circulation. Cardiovascular imaging)
[2018, 11(6):e007848]

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Sudden cardiac death in football players: Towards a new pre-participation algorithm.

Sophie I Mavrogeni, Konstantinos Tsarouhas, Demetrios A Spandidos, Christina Kanaka-Gantenbein, Flora Bacopoulou,

Athletic pre-participation screening is essential for minimizing the risk for sudden cardiac death (SCD) in athletes participating in either competitive or leisure sporting activities. The primary causes of SCD in young athletes (<35 years of age) include hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, congenital anomalies of the coronary artery and arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy. ... Read more >>

Exp Ther Med (Experimental and therapeutic medicine)
[2019, 17(2):1143-1148]

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Back trauma resulting in commotio cordis.

J Bugeja, T Dimech, C Borg, S Meilak, M Sammut, V Grech,

Images Paediatr Cardiol (Images in paediatric cardiology)
[2018, 20(2):5-6]

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Predictors of cardiac arrhythmic events in non coronary artery disease patients.

C Balla, F Vitali, A Brieda, F Gualandi, A Ferlini, M Bertini, R Ferrari,

Arrhythmic sudden cardiac death (SCD) represents a major worldwide public health problem accounting for 15-20% of deaths. Risk stratification to identify patients at risk of SCD is crucial in order to implement preventive measures in the general population. Several biomarkers have been tested exploring different pathophysiological mechanisms of cardiac conditions. ... Read more >>

BMC Cardiovasc Disord (BMC cardiovascular disorders)
[2019, 19(1):104]

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Echocardiography in Athletes in Primary Prevention of Sudden Death.

Juri Radmilovic, Antonello D'Andrea, Andrea D'Amato, Ercole Tagliamonte, Simona Sperlongano, Lucia Riegler, Raffaella Scarafile, Alberto Forni, Giuseppe Muscogiuri, Gianluca Pontone, Maurizio Galderisi, Maria Giovanna Russo,

Echocardiography is a noninvasive imaging technique useful to provide clinical data regarding physiological adaptations of athlete's heart. Echocardiographic characteristics may be helpful for the clinicians to identify structural cardiac disease, responsible of sudden death during sport activities. The application of echocardiography in preparticipation screening might be essential: it shows high ... Read more >>

J Cardiovasc Echogr (Journal of cardiovascular echography)
[2019, 29(4):139-148]

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Blow/trauma to the chest and sudden cardiac death: Commotio cordis and contusio cordis are leading causes.

Lydia Krexi, Mary N Sheppard,

Background In forensic practice, a blow to the chest can lead to sudden cardiac death (SCD). Commotio cordis and contusio cordis are leading causes. Methods From a database of 4678 patients who suffered from SCD, we found three patients with commotio cordis and two patients with contusio cordis. All the ... Read more >>

Med Sci Law (Medicine, science, and the law)
[2018, :25802418754961]

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Sudden Death in Young Brazilian Athletes: Isn't It Time We Created a Genuinely National Register?

Lucas Helal, Filipe Ferrari, Ricardo Stein,

Young competitive athletes (≤ 35 years old) with or without a previous diagnosis of cardiovascular disease may suddenly die in competitive activities, potentially leading to an impact in society through the media. Although the relative risk for sudden death (SD) in athletes is twice as high as for their counterparts, ... Read more >>

Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (Arquivos brasileiros de cardiologia)
[2018, 111(6):856-859]

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A shocking bike accident.

Jerrold Spapen, Stijn Lochy, Vincent Michiels,

CLINICAL INTRODUCTION: A man in his late 40s presented with severe chest pain and progressive dyspnoea after hitting a tree at high speed during a bike ride in the woods. On admission, the patient appeared agitated, pale and sweaty. Core temperature was 35.5°C, respiratory rate 35/min and blood pressure 90/50 mm Hg with ... Read more >>

Heart (Heart (British Cardiac Society))
[2018, 104(20):1706]

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Epidemiology of Sudden Death in Organized Youth Sports in the United States, 2007-2015.

Brad D Endres, Zachary Y Kerr, Rebecca L Stearns, William M Adams, Yuri Hosokawa, Robert A Huggins, Kristen L Kucera, Douglas J Casa,

CONTEXT:Sudden death in sport at the high school and collegiate levels has been described extensively in the literature. However, few epidemiologic data exist on the incidence of sudden death specifically in American youth sport before secondary school athletics. OBJECTIVE:To describe the epidemiology of sudden death in organized youth sports in ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of Athletic Training)
[2019, 54(4):349-355]

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