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Diastolic Dysfunction 

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medical illustration of Diastolic dysfunction is a condition in which the left atrium is not able to completely pump blood into the left ventricle. Often this is due to enlarged and/or stiff ventricular walls.  This image combines a diagnostic echocardiogram, showing a thickened left ventricle wall with an orientation to the heart.
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Diastolic dysfunction is a condition in which the left atrium is not able to completely pump blood into the left ventricle. Often this is due to enlarged and/or stiff ventricular walls. This image combines a diagnostic echocardiogram, showing a thickened left ventricle wall with an orientation to the heart.

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