volume 76, issue 10, P1047-1052 2001
DOI: 10.4065/76.10.1047
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Abstract: Approximately 50% of patients with a firm clinical diagnosis of heart failure (HF) have a normal ejection fraction. Some patients have valvular disease, but most have underlying diastolic dysfunction that leads to pulmonary and systemic congestion and signs and symptoms of HF. Although diastolic HF is clinically and radiographically indistinguishable from HF with depressed left systolic ventricular function, knowledge of which patients are at risk of diastolic HF, the common clinical profiles, and the common e…

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