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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]; Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief:

Overview

Historical Perspective

Discovery

  • Sick sinus syndrome was first discovered by Dr. Keith and Dr. Flack, in 1907.[1]
  • The association between [important risk factor/cause] and [disease name] was made in/during [year/event].
  • In [year], [scientist] was the first to discover the association between [risk factor] and the development of [disease name].
  • In [year], [gene] mutations were first implicated in the pathogenesis of [disease name].

Landmark Events in the Development of Treatment Strategies

Impact on Cultural History

Famous Cases

The following are a few famous cases of [disease name]:

References

  1. Keith A, Flack M (April 1907). "The Form and Nature of the Muscular Connections between the Primary Divisions of the Vertebrate Heart". J Anat Physiol. 41 (Pt 3): 172–89. PMC 1289112. PMID 17232727.



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