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Dilated cardiomyopathy is a condition in which the heart becomes weakened and enlarged, and it cannot pump blood efficiently.
His doctor found nothing physically wrong with him, except for extremely dilated pupils.
Hollow organs, such as the heart, must be dilated during fixation.
The mutability of human things has been a theme on which essayists have written and preachers dilated.
Dilated cardiomyopathy involves an enlarged heart ventricle.
Issues started to arise only when she was almost totally dilated.
Dilated blood vessels that sit close to the thin under-eye skin are another cause, doctors said.
Even to swallow those without difficulty, she had to have her esophagus dilated every three months.
Her pupils were dilated and didn't react to the light.
Varicose veins are normal veins that have become much more dilated and tortured and twisted.
See your eye care professional regularly for dilated eye exams.
Dilated pupils signal happiness and are, in turn, considered attractive.
By now his pupils were so severely dilated any notion of control was fantasy.
It targets the blood vessel by penetrating the skin without producing any injury and shrinks the dilated vessels.
Her pupils were dilated and did not react to light, indicating that her brain was no longer working.
When the duct is distended, the spaces between the folds are dilated, so as to give to its exterior a twisted appearance.
As this area of the heart becomes dilated, it is less able to pump blood to the rest of the aorta.
The dilated, restrictive, and infiltrative cardiomyopathies.
The doctor will need to examine the inside of the eye by looking through the pupil, often while the pupil is dilated.
When it has dilated to the size of a large coin, an ecu de six livres, the serious ministrations begin.

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