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subendocardial

 [sub″en-do-kahr´de-al]
beneath the endocardium.

sub·en·do·car·di·al

(sŭb'en-dō-kar'dē-ăl),
Beneath the endocardium.

subendocardial

/sub·en·do·car·di·al/ (sub″en-do-kahr´de-al) beneath the endocardium.

subendocardial

beneath the endocardium.

subendocardial coat
layer of loose connective tissue beneath the endocarium.
subendocardial fibrosis
may be present at birth or acquired as a result of prolonged dilatation or as a result of persistent local turbulence as in the jet lesions caused by leaking cardiac valves.
subendocardial mineralization
may accompany subendocardial fibrosis or muscular degeneration or in association with persistent hypercalcemia or uremia.
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not involving the subendocardial layer) (Other LE), and those who displayed a UMI that had not increased in size between 70 and 75 (Old UMI).
Pharmacodynamic parameters such as heart rate, augmentation pressure, augmentation index (Alx), subendocardial viability ratio (SEVR), radial and aortic blood pressure (BP) were recorded before and after the cold pressor test at baseline and at the end of treatment.
In the mid- and basilar-inferior septum, inferior wall, and posterior-lateral wall RCA territory (Figure 6), thin linear < 50% subendocardial DHE is demonstrated, consistent with subendocardial myocardial scar, but with viable myocardium.
Fatal acetaminophen poisoning with evidence of subendocardial necrosis of the heart.
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Evidence for subendocardial ischemia despite residual vasodilator reserve.
Since repolarization normally proceeds in an epicardial-to-endocardial direction, delayed recovery in the subendocardial region due to ischemia does not reverse the direction of repolarization, but merely lengthens it.
6) These physiologic changes lead to subendocardial ischemia by increasing myocardial oxygen demand in the face of reduced coronary reserve due to underlying coronary artery disease.
Major cardiac collecting trunks, formed at the subepicardial level from the subendocardial and myocardial plexuses drain to the thoracic duct.
Their topics include the diagnostic criteria of death as the result of starvation, skull injuries caused by blows with glass bottles, primary cerebral neoplasms as a cause of sudden death, diagnostic issues of infant and early childhood asphyxiation deaths, complex and occupation-related suicides, a survey of methods for postmortem diagnosis of viral myocarditis, human primitive behavior in death scene investigation, anthropods and corpses in forensic entomology, practical toxicology, long-term effects of steroid abuse, and subendocardial hemorrhages in forensic differential diagnosis.
DRG 121 Suspected Acute subendocardial or Non-Q wave infarction.