Happy New Year!

I initiated this blog early in 2020 in anticipation of starting a new cardiology practice at Pima Heart & Vascular. I had always thought it would be fun to write about topics covering the breadth of problems that arise in the field of cardiovascular medicine and this career transition seemed like a good opportunity to achieve that aim. I hope that those of you who have been reading these blogs have found them to be useful.

Having covered what I believe are the most useful cardiology problems that most readers will encounter, I will start 2022 as I did at the beginning of this year: recycling these articles, hoping to give those who stumble upon this website in the future an opportunity to read about these topics. I will add new information when applicable and occasionally throw something in new and interesting.

I wish you all a wonderful New Year and best wishes in 2022!

Greg Koshkarian, MD, FACC

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