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Mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy is the mild enlargement of the muscles of the sinistral cardiac ventricle, which includes an augmented cavity size and thickened walls, according to Mayo Clinic. It is often the result of chronic high blood pressure or blood flow congestion from the left


Left ventricular heart disease, or left ventricular hypertrophy, is caused by high blood pressure, aortic valve stenosis, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and athletic training, according to Mayo Clinic. It occurs when something causes the heart to work harder than normal to pump blood throughout the bod


Causes of left ventricular heart failure include high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, heart attack, congenital heart defects and faulty heart valves, Mayo Clinic explains. Other causes include damage to the heart muscle, abnormal heart rhythms, inflammation of the heart muscle and other chr


Cardiac hypertrophy happens when the muscles of the heart thicken, according to the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. This means that there is less room in the heart for the chambers, including the atria and the ventricles.


The main causes of left ventricular heart dysfunction are related to systolic and diastolic failures. In these types of failures, the pumping ability of the left ventricle is affected. In systolic failure, the left ventricle is unable to contract properly, and the left ventricle muscles are not suff


Muscle hypertrophy often occurs when single specific physical exercises such as weight lifting are taken to extremes. Muscle hypertrophy is a term used to describe a larger than normal increase in the size of muscle cells. The most common cause of hypertrophy is strenuous physical exercise that is i


Underlying heart disease, scar tissue, and trauma, including electrocution, are conditions that can sometimes cause ventricular arrhythmias, according to Mayo Clinic. Tobacco, alcohol, caffeine and street drugs can also lead to arrhythmias, notes the American Heart Association.


The most prevalent cause of ventricular fibrillation is a heart attack, notes the United States National Institutes of Health's MedlinePlus. It can occur when there is a limited supply of oxygen in the heart muscles. Some conditions that can cause ventricular fibrillation include heart surgery, narr


Ventricular tachycardia is a fast but regular heart rhythm originating in the ventricles, the lower region of the heart, as WebMD defines the condition. When left untreated, it can lead to ventricular fibrillation, a fast and irregular beating of the heart, often severe enough to result in sudden ca


Symptoms of both left and right diastolic dysfunction include congested lungs, water and fluid retention, an altered heartbeat, dizziness, and fatigue, notes WebMD. Diastolic dysfunction occurs when the left and right ventricles don't correctly relax after a contraction, so less blood re-enters the