<< Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

Differential Diagnosis

Due to the high incidence of left atrial dilatation from chronically elevated LV filling pressures, atrial fibrillation is common in diastolic dysfunction.35 Additionally, tachycardia in general decreases the late phase of diastolic filling, which becomes progressively more important with advancing disease to achieve an adequate LV end-diastolic volume.

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