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At The UVM Medical Center in Burlington, VT, we diagnose genetic heart disease using advanced imaging technology.
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If you have a relative with a genetic heart disorder, talk to your doctor about your risk of developing heart disease. In addition, if you or a family member experienced heart failure or abnormal heart rhythms at a young age, it may be a sign of genetic heart disease. Our skilled cardiologists use advanced technology to diagnose genetic heart disease. Once we have an accurate diagnosis, we can create a personalized treatment plan.
Your doctor will begin the diagnosis by asking you about your symptoms. Discussing your symptoms, as well as your medical and family history, is a critical part of the diagnosis. We will also perform a thorough physical examination.
Other diagnostic procedures include:
Once we obtain an accurate diagnosis, we will create your individualized treatment plan. Treatment options include medication and surgery. Your treatment plan may include one treatment or a combination of treatments. Learn more about genetic heart disease treatment.