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Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

… been described. An abnormal myocardial response to the catecholamine surge from an emotional or a physical stressor … and coronary microvascular dysfunction and direct catecholamine toxicity have been proposed. No specific … mechanisms. Keywords Mental stress , women heart disease , catecholamine , Disclosure: Esha Sachdev, MD, C Noel Bairey …

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Tako-tsubo Cardiomyopathy in Patients with Intracerebral Haemorrhage

… myocardial 'stunning', presumably related to myocardial catecholamine toxicity, is thought to cause the condition. … that are linked by a unifying mechanism: systemic catecholamine excess (e.g. pheochromocytoma); stress with endogenous catecholamine and steroid release; stimulation of the …

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What is Takotsubo (Stress) Cardiomyopathy?

… remain unexplained. 7,8 Leading hypotheses include catecholamine excess and microvascular dysfunction (see … and plaque rupture with spontaneous thrombolysis. The catecholamine hypothesis is supported by the observations … abnormality of the left ventricle in the setting of high catecholamine activity; iii) an immobilisation-induced stress …

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Tako-tsubo Cardiomyopathy in Patients with Intracerebral Haemorrhage

… myocardial 'stunning', presumably related to myocardial catecholamine toxicity, is thought to cause the condition. … that are linked by a unifying mechanism: systemic catecholamine excess (e.g. pheochromocytoma); stress with endogenous catecholamine and steroid release; stimulation of the …

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Takotsubo Syndrome – Stress-induced Heart Failure Syndrome

… function. Takotsubo is believed to be a response to catecholamine release following a stressful event resulting … Stress , cardiomyopathy , takotsubo , broken heart , catecholamine , spasm , cardiac failure , cardiogenic shock , … risk factors, but are not the primary cause for the catecholamine rise. These cases can be considered primary …

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Novel Aspects of Classification, Prognosis and Therapy in Takotsubo Syndrome

… diagnosis. 7,11,13 Indeed, phaeochromocytoma can lead to a catecholamine storm with LV dysfunction, ECG abnormalities … 39 Thromboembolic complications may be associated with the catecholamine surge, endothelial dysfunction and blood stasis … PubMed Wittstein IS. Stress cardiomyopathy: a syndrome of catecholamine-mediated myocardial stunning? Cell Mol …

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Neuroendocrine System Regulatory Mechanisms: Acute Coronary Syndrome and Stress Hyperglycaemia

… are the product of the pathological auto-oxidation of catecholamine catabolism), finally leading to irreversible … cortical adrenal system) and the multiple mechanisms of catecholamine's reuptake and metabolism. This could be the …

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Behind Traditional Semi-quantitative Scores of Myocardial Perfusion Imaging: An Eye on Niche Parameters

… with cardiac sympathetic denervation, which can lead to catecholamine production in a cardiac response to sympathetic … 51 It has been widely demonstrated that the status of catecholamine storage at the level of the myocardial …

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