Atrial fibrillation sapped a U-M doctor of his energy during rowing competitions. After two catheter ablations, he’s rowing strong once again.
After a near-death health scare, renewed strength and hope comes thanks to a U-M cardiovascular care team and a committed advocate.
Pulmonary hypertension is often misdiagnosed, so it’s important to recognize the particulars of the disease.
Sixteen years after preemie twins were born at U-M, the tightknit family returned to Ann Arbor for a unique solution to a pressing heart problem.
Aortic dissection can be deadly if not diagnosed and treated quickly. One patient shares the warning signs and his road to recovery.