Diagnosis and treatment of myocarditis, Biology


  1. X-ray chest shows cardiomegaly. 
  2. ECG shows conduction defect, low voltage QRS, atrial and ventricular disrhythrnias. 
  3. Echocardiogram - decreased LV contractivity. 
  4. Myocardial biopsy 
  5. Laboratory blood tests (see endocarditis) 


  1. Treat as per the cause. 
  2. Steroid therapy. 
  3. Symptomatic treatment.
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