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    • Cardiac Hypertrophy: A Review on Pathogenesis and Treatment

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      ACCF and AHA Update Guidelines on the Diagnosis ... unexplained cardiac hypertrophy should be ... ACCF and AHA Update Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

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    • Is treating cardiac hypertrophy salutary or detrimental ...

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      hypertrophy is mild and focal, the cat may remain symptom-free for all his life. However, if the hypertrophy is severe, the ventricle will have a hard time distending, which leads to increased intra-cardiac pressure and congestive heart failure (CHF) with fluid build-up in or around the lungs.

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    • Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments for ...

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      molecular mechanisms make cardiac hypertrophy good or bad. Furthermore, the important target of treatment of cardiac hypertrophy is not necessarily the reduction of LV mass itself but rather may be the correction of the molecular pathways that account for the cardiac hypertrophy-related complications and/or the enhance-

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    • ACCF and AHA Update Guidelines on the Diagnosis and ...

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      Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments for Cardiac Hypertrophy. Glob J Pharmaceu 003 Sci 2(3) : 555587 (2017). DOI: 10.19080/GJPPS.2017.02.555587 involved in the treatment of cardiac diseases, clinical trials are certainly needed to further evaluate the potential benefits of pharmacological therapies derived, or not, from natural sources

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    • What Are the Treatments for Cardiac Hypertrophy?

      Cardiac hypertrophy has been considered as an important risk factor for cardiac morbidity and mortality whose prevalence has increased during the last few decades. Cardiac hypertrophy, a disease associated with the myocardium, is characterized

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    • Cardiac hypertrophy and IGF-1 response to testosterone ...

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      An implanted cardioverter-defibrillator should be placed in patients who are at risk of sudden cardiac death. C 1 Heart transplantation should be considered if cardiomyopathy is refractory to ...

    • ACVIM Fact Sheet: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats …

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      Cardiac function, hypertrophy, dilation, and fibrosis were markedly improved in response to finasteride treatment in not only male, but also in female mice. In addition, finasteride also very effectively improved cardiac function and mortality after long-term pressure overload and prevented disease progression in …

    • Antiandrogenic Therapy With Finasteride Attenuates Cardiac ...

      and may promote ventricular hypertrophy, fibrosis and deposition of fat. In fact, a recent study by Kamenicky et al. [9] reported that reversibility of some of these cardiac abnormalities after treatment of cortisol excess was, at least partly, related to the improvement of blood glucose levels and BMI.

    • Cardiac hypertrophy in Cushing’s syndrome: if not ...

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      c-mycexpression in cardiac myocytecultures. Thesefrdings show that the induction of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy is associated with enhanced expression of the c-myc gene and suggest that hormonally induced cell hypertrophy and cell division share commonmechanistic pathways. Tissues grow by two processes: an increase in cell size

    • Cardiac hypertrophy is with

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      Open Life Sci. 2017; 12: 120–127 cardiac IGF-1 content in response to higher serum testosterone might be responsible for heart hypertrophy observed in both sedentary and endurance-trained

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