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Brugada syndrome: A new mutation found in Norway

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ABSTRACT

Brugada syndrome is increasingly recognized as a clinical syndrome world wide. We report a case with a new SCN5A mutation. As the awareness of this disease entity increases more cases will probably be found.

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Rice, E. , Loennechen, J. , Leren, T. , Vegsundvåg, J. and Hole, T. (2012) Brugada syndrome: A new mutation found in Norway. Open Journal of Internal Medicine, 2, 183-185. doi: 10.4236/ojim.2012.23029.

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