Patients see delays in long-QT syndrome diagnosis

08/3/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Long-QT syndrome may not be readily diagnosed in children and young adults, especially if their seizures are misdiagnosed as epilepsy, researchers reported. The study found a median delay to diagnosis of nearly 2.5 years, but some patients went more than 20 years without a correct diagnosis.

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