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What is felt or experienced by a person with DCM
Refers to risk factors for the development of heart failure and the changes the heart undergoes in DCM
Heart rhythm abnormalities commonly associated with DCM
The most common causes of DCM are coronary artery disease (heart attack) and genetics. If the cause is genetics, it can affect entire families.
Genetics, one of the causes for the development of DCM, refers to abnormalities in genes that may lead to DCM and may be inherited and passed down in a family.