diastolic filling pressure

diastolic filling pressure

the blood pressure in a ventricle during diastole, resulting from venous return.
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For the 79-year-old patient in Case 2, echocardiography demonstrated concentric LV hypertrophy, mild dilatation of the left ventricle, normal LV systolic function, LV diastolic dysfunction with elevated LV diastolic filling pressure, and mild-to-moderate pulmonary hypertension.
An editorial note by Richard Theye follows this article: "Central venous pressure is a pressure measurement and is useful only as an index of right ventricular diastolic filling pressure .
Chronic sustained elevation of elevated diastolic filling pressures result in left atrial remodeling resulting in its enlargement.