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Papillary muscle dysfunction and rupture in the elderly

Papillary muscle insufficiency refers to the clinical syndrome of mitral insufficiency caused by papillary muscle disease, which can not maintain the normal closure of mitral valve due to its systolic dysfunction or change of papillary muscle orientation. Clinical papillary muscle dysfunction refers to left ventricular papillary muscle disease. Due to the contraction of the papillary muscle, the pulling valve does the most work, but because it is in the innermost layer of the ventricle, the blood supply comes from the terminal part of the coronary artery. When the coronary blood supply is reduced, the papillary muscle ischemia and necrosis are most likely to occur.

Symptoms

Superior vena cava compression syndrome in the elderly

Chronic bronchitis in the elderly

Senile cardiocerebral syndrome

Ventricular premature contraction in the elderly

Bronchial asthma in the elderly

Streptobacillosis

Separation of aortic dissection in the elderly

Uremic pneumonia of the elderly

Ventricular flutter and ventricular fibrillation in the elderly

Ventricular tachycardia in the elderly

Streptococcal toxic shock syndrome

Senile aortic aneurysm

Sleep apnea syndrome in the elderly

Cardiogenic shock in the elderly

Diabetic heart disease in the elderly

Senile end-stage pneumonia

Vertebrobasilar insufficiency in the elderly

Benign lymphocytic vasculitis and granulomatosis

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in the elderly

Senile heart block

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