Cardiac Outcomes Vary After Neonatal Lupus

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(MedPage Today) -- The long-term outcomes of patients born with cardiac neonatal lupus varied widely, with disease resolving in childhood for many, cardiac dysfunction persisting for some, and de novo disease developing after initially normal echocardiography...

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