type B: distal to subclavian (possibly managed with medication)
How are they treated?
How much blockage is required before ischemia symptoms begin
Prinzmetal’s: calcium channel blockers
the others have ST depression (indicates slight ischemia)
due to fibrosis replacing the muscular wall
what is the gold standard?
What do you see on histology
most common cause is Coxsackie B virus (Echo and influenza virus can also cause it)
β-myosin heavy chain mutation
*banana shaped ventricle*
aka *myocyte disarray*
Löffler’s pneumonitis: pulmonary Helminth infection of ascaris
(RHF not associated with LHF or genetic/congenital conditions)
What are the “other” treatments for management
Hyperglycemia (Acanthosis Nigrans)