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Doctors at the Cardiovascular Genetics Center

Cardiovascular Genetic Testing

The Cardiovascular Genetics Center at UPMC's Heart and Vascular Institute specializes in testing and caring for people with inherited diseases of the heart and blood vessels.

A regional and national leader in cardiovascular genetics, we offer access to cutting-edge diagnostics and advanced treatments for all forms of inheritable heart and vascular diseases.

Genetic Cardiovascular Diseases We Treat

Our doctors at UPMC's Cardiovascular Genetics Center treat the following conditions:

Our care extends beyond our patients who have been diagnosed with genetic cardiovascular disease. We also care for family members who are at risk for developing these conditions because they are present in relatives.

Our Services at the UPMC Cardiovascular Genetics Center

We're dedicated to helping patients — and their at-risk relatives — live longer, healthier lives by providing diagnostic and treatment services and assisting with every aspect of care.

Services

Details

Testing and diagnosis
Treatments
Risk assessment and reduction
  • Genetic counseling
  • Risk stratification for sudden cardiac death
  • Cardiovascular disease risk identification for relatives and recommendations that may prevent or minimize future health problems

Make an Appointment for Cardiovascular Genetics Testing

To request an appointment at the Cardiovascular Genetics Center, contact the UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute:

Learn More About Cardiovascular Genetic Tests and Conditions

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