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Cardiogenetics is the study of the genetics behind heart disease. An inherited illness is brought about by an irregularity in the hereditary material - the DNA. As a result, the study of cardiogenetics focuses on hereditary heart diseases that typically follow an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. This indicates that a patient's children have a 50% chance of inheriting the disease as well. How we might interpret genetic cardiovascular illness has progressed significantly lately. As a result, research into the genetic predisposition to cardiovascular disease (genetic analysis) and treatment have improved.

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