Cardiomyopathy refers to anatomical and functional changes affecting the cardiac muscle. Cardiomyopathy results from many genetic causes or secondary diseases and leads to hypertrophy or dilatation of the heart. Heart failure and dysrhthmias will eventually develop due to abnormal contractility or electrical activity.
This lecture reviews cardiomyopathy and related pathology.
Last few seconds of video doesn't help because there's already an update.
Excellent lecture, I think it's a group of disease which is not often spoken about.
Excellent lecture as usual. I did not know the frequency in the general population was so high. Thank you!
The topic it's well explained, clear and highly related to previous lectures.