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2018-07-27

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P. P. Lunkenheimer, P. Niederer, J. M. Lunkenheimer, K. Redmann, M. Smerup, B. Schmitt, W. Saggau, R. J. V. Batista

ABSTRACT

In the hypertrophic heart the myostructural afterload in the form of endoepicardial networks is predominant, which enhances myocardial hypertrophy. The intrinsic antagonism is derailed. Likewise, the connective tissue scaffold, i.e. the stromatogenic afterload, is enriched in the response to the derailment of antagonism in a hypertrophic heart up to regional captivation of the heart musculature. Due to the selective susceptibility of the auxotonic, contracting oblique transmural myocardial network for low dose negative inotropic medication, this promises to attenuate progress in myocardial hypertrophy. Volume reduction surgery is most effective in reducing wall stress as long as the myocardium is not critically fettered by fibrosis. The use of external mechanical circulatory support is then effective if the heart is supported in its resting mode, which means around a middle width and at minimal amplitude of motion. The takotsubo cardiomyopathy might possibly reflect an isolated, extreme stimulation of the intrinsic antagonism as a response to hormonally induced sensitization of the myocardium to catecholamine. A particular significant conclusion with respect to the diseased heart is that clinical diagnostics need new impulses with a focus on the analysis of local motion patterns and on myocardial stiffness reflecting disease-dependent antagonistic intensity. This would become a relevant diagnostic marker if corresponding (noninvasive) measurement techniques would become available. More... »

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