Romano Ward Syndrome
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- Autosomal Dominant Long QT Syndrome
- Long QT Syndrome Type 1
- Long QT Syndrome without Deafness
- Romano-Ward Long QT Syndrome
- Ward-Romano Syndrome
Romano-Ward syndrome is an inherited heart (cardiac) disorder characterized by abnormalities affecting the electrical system of the heart. The severity of Romano-Ward syndrome varies greatly from case to case. Some individuals may have no apparent symptoms (asymptomatic); others may develop abnormally increased heartbeats (tachyarrhythmias) resulting in episodes of unconsciousness (syncope), cardiac arrest, and potentially sudden death. Romano-Ward syndrome is inherited as an autosomal dominant trait.
American Heart Association
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International Long QT Syndrome Registry
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Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes Foundation
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