prediastole

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prediastole

 [pre″di-as´to-le]
the interval immediately preceding diastole. adj., adj prediastol´ic.

pre·di·as·to·le

(prē'dī-as'tō-lē),
The interval in the cardiac rhythm immediately preceding diastole.
Synonym(s): late systole

pre·di·as·to·le

(prē'dī-as'tŏ-lē)
The interval in the cardiac rhythm immediately preceding diastole.
Synonym(s): late systole.
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The second phase is v-descent (first trough) and represents ventricular relaxation during late systole. At this point the AV valve rings ascend toward resting position, atrial pressure rises, and DV flow velocity decreases.
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If left ventricular stroke volume is decreased, reduction in flow in late systole may occur, which induce a rounded appearance of aortic valve in late systole [24].
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Furthermore, the late systole wave profile implies that the wall shear stress wave profile differed from that of DAA.
At the late systole phase, both the DAA and TAA cured wall shear distributions show a low wall shear stress area from the inlet to the middle of the aneurysm.