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188 Possible Causes for Papillary Muscle Dysfunction

  • Mitral Valve Insufficiency

    Myocardial infarction or severe prolonged ischemia produces irreversible papillary muscle dysfunction and scarring.[emedicine.medscape.com] It is usually pansystolic, but may also be presystolic in acute settings or telesystolic in mitral valve prolapse or papillary muscle dysfunction.[symptoma.com] muscle dysfunction secondary to acute or prior myocardial infarction.[med.ucla.edu]

  • Sarcoidosis

    muscle dysfunction (valvular heart disease).[dermnetnz.org] muscle dysfunction and pericarditis (rare) More common among Japanese, in whom cardiomyopathy is the most frequent cause of sarcoidosis-related death Bone 5% Osteolytic or[merckmanuals.com] […] leading cause of death from sarcoidosis in Japan Chest pain, palpitations and rarely sudden death Symptoms and signs associated with congestive heart failure, pericarditis or papillary[dermnetnz.org]

  • Secondary Cardiomyopathy

    muscle dysfunction secondary to ventricular dilatation and changes in ventricular wall shape. [8] In contrast, tricuspid regurgitation results from annular dilatation. [[emedicine.medscape.com] Additional features of ICM include the development of mitral valvular regurgitation, which may be caused by papillary muscle dysfunction or functional factors, such as failure[clevelandclinicmeded.com] ; 2) papillary and skeletal muscle surgical biopsies from 10 pts with mitral stenosis and normal LV function, and 3) LV endomyocardial biopsies from four normal subjects.[onlinejacc.org]

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction

    During inferior ischemia, posteromedial papillary muscle dysfunction can cause mitral regurgitation resulting in a holosystolic murmur at the cardiac apex radiating to the[healio.com] A new mitral regurgitation murmur (typically holosystolic near the apex) indicates papillary muscle dysfunction or rupture, or mitral annular dilatation; it may be audible[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    A new mitral regurgitation murmur (typically holosystolic near the apex) indicates papillary muscle dysfunction or rupture, or mitral annular dilatation; it may be audible[emedicine.medscape.com] […] of the papillary muscle. [59] Cardiogenic shock as a result of the heart being unable to adequately pump blood may develop, dependent on infarct size, and is most likely[en.wikipedia.org] […] heart's ability to pump effectively as a result of the infarction. [59] Regurgitation of blood through the mitral valve is possible, particularly if the infarction causes dysfunction[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    , associated thickening of the right ventricular wall as well as substantial morphologic diversity with regard to papillary muscles and mitral valve.[radiopaedia.org] MRI is useful in evaluating HCM patients with thin-walled scarred left ventricular apical aneurysms, end-stage systolic dysfunction, massive left ventricular wall hypertrophy[radiopaedia.org]

  • Traumatic Rupture of the Kidney

    muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary arterial occlusion without cardiac failure 861.01 3-4 Blunt pericardial laceration with cardiac herniation Blunt cardiac injury with[aast.org] muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary arterial 861.12 3 occlusion producing cardiac failure Blunt or penetrating cardiac injury with aortic mitral valve incompetence Blunt[aast.org] […] extending through, 861.01 3-4 endocardium, with tamponade 861.12 3 Blunt or penetrating cardiac injury with septal rupture, pulmonary or tricuspid valvular incompetence, papillary[aast.org]

  • Cardiac Concussion

    Valve injuries are equally infrequent and are due to compressive forces of blood during contraction that leads to valve, chordae tendinae, and papillary muscle rupture.[aast.org] muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary artery occlusion producing cardiac failure Blunt or penetrating cardiac injury with aortic or mitral incompetence Blunt or penetrating[aast.org] muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary artery occlusion without cardiac failure Blunt pericardial laceration with cardiac herniation Blunt cardiac injury with cardiac failure[aast.org]

  • Chest Trauma

    Valve injuries are equally infrequent and are due to compressive forces of blood during contraction that leads to valve, chordae tendinae, and papillary muscle rupture.[aast.org] muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary artery occlusion producing cardiac failure Blunt or penetrating cardiac injury with aortic or mitral incompetence Blunt or penetrating[aast.org] muscle dysfunction, or distal coronary artery occlusion without cardiac failure Blunt pericardial laceration with cardiac herniation Blunt cardiac injury with cardiac failure[aast.org]

  • Mitral Papillary Muscle Rupture

    Papillary Muscle Perfusion Pattern. A Hypothesis for Ischemic Papillary Muscle Dysfunction. Basic anatomy of the coronary circulation.[rwjms1.umdnj.edu] Burch GE, DePasquale NP, Phillips JH (1968) The syndrome of papillary muscle dysfunction. Am Heart J 75:399–415 PubMed Google Scholar 4.[link.springer.com] In some cases, children are born with fewer or no papillary muscles, causing valve dysfunction. However, this is fairly rare.[mvpresource.com]

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