--Contemporary Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine: Overviews of natural history, diagnostic strategies, and treatment options are included in this series.
--Basic Science for Clinicians: Cutting-edge reviews of the scientific basis of cardiovascular disease mechanisms and treatments, and includes molecular cardiology, genetics, genomics, physiology, and pharmacology.
--Controversies in Cardiovascular Medicine: Opposite viewpoints are presented in tandem, with rebuttal responses by both authors included.
--Clinician Update: Articles emphasize algorithms for patient management and specific recommendations for pharmacological and interventional/surgical treatment strategies.
--Cardiovascular Case Series: Cases provide complex diagnostic and treatment questions by presenting information about a real patient to an expert clinicians who explains his/her responses at each state of the evaluation.
--Original articles on both the clinical advances that are changing practice and the latest scientific research that points the way to tomorrow's breakthroughs
--Editorial reviews from world-leading authorities give a unique perspective on the entire field
--The latest clinical guidelines keep practicing MDs up-to-date
--European Perspectives in Cardiology highlights the issues, initiatives, and latest findings affecting cardiologists across Europe
--Online archive dates back to the very first issue published in 1950
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