Definition of Enlarged heart

1. Noun. An abnormal enlargement of the heart. "Mild cardiomegaly is common in athletes"

Exact synonyms: Cardiomegaly, Megacardia, Megalocardia
Generic synonyms: Symptom



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Literary usage of Enlarged heart

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1843)
"Hydrothorax combined with diseased lungs and enlarged heart. ... Hydrothorax combined with enlarged heart and granular kidneys. For some years subject to ..."

2. Treatment of Internal Diseases: For Physicians and Students by Norbert Ortner, Nathaniel Bowditch Potter (1913)
"THERAPY OF IDIOPATHIC enlarged heart. The same treatment is indicated in the so-called idiopathic enlarged heart. The symptoms of cardiac insufficiency are ..."

3. Pediatrics: The Hygienic and Medical Treatment of Children by Thomas Morgan Rotch (1906)
"The small black circle represents the normal position of the apex of the heart, the larger circle the apex of the enlarged heart. It will be noticed how I ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1843)
"Hydrothorax combined with diseased lungs and enlarged heart. ... Hydrothorax combined with enlarged heart and granular kidneys. For some years subject to ..."

5. Treatment of Internal Diseases: For Physicians and Students by Norbert Ortner, Nathaniel Bowditch Potter (1913)
"THERAPY OF IDIOPATHIC enlarged heart. The same treatment is indicated in the so-called idiopathic enlarged heart. The symptoms of cardiac insufficiency are ..."

6. Pediatrics: The Hygienic and Medical Treatment of Children by Thomas Morgan Rotch (1906)
"The small black circle represents the normal position of the apex of the heart, the larger circle the apex of the enlarged heart. It will be noticed how I ..."

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