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Image caption Fabrice Muamba collapsed while playing for Bolton Wanderers in 2012. Scientists say a new scan technique could identify people at risk of collapsing and dying suddenly from a hidden heart condition. Normally, in people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, signs of structural changes in the heart can only be picked up after death. But University of Oxford researchers used microscopic imaging to spot the same patterns in living patients. The condition is the top cause of sudden cardiac death in young people. It is a common, inherited condition, affecting one in 500 people in the UK, which can be fatal in small numbers of people. Footballer Fabrice Muamba had a near-fatal cardiac a... Full story

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