Haemodynamic studies suggest that an important abnormality in diastolic relaxation is characteristic of advanced hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Current evidence supports the concept that cytosolic Ca++ overload is the pathophysiological basis for this impaired relaxation, and may in turn represent impaired membrane Ca++ pumping activity.
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