Myocardial

  • (adj): Of or relating to the myocardium.

Some articles on myocardial:

CKM (gene) - Clinical Significance
... This latter is an important serum marker for myocardial infarction, for it is released from damaged myocardial cells into the blood where it can be detected by clinical chemistry ... reliable, together with troponin-T, for diagnosing a myocardial infarction ...
Myocardial Infarction - Classification
... There are two basic types of acute myocardial infarction based on pathology Transmural associated with atherosclerosis involving a major coronary artery ... In the clinical context, a myocardial infarction can be further subclassified into a ST elevation MI (STEMI) versus a non-ST elevation MI (non-STEMI) based on ECG changes ... sudden cardiac death, which may or may not be the result of acute myocardial infarction ...
Lusitropy
... Lusitropy is myocardial relaxation ... The increase in cytosolic calcium of cardiomyocytes via increased uptake leads to increased myocardial contractility (positive inotropic effect), but ...
Left Anterior Fascicular Block - Clinical Significance
... It can be seen in approximately 4% of cases of acute myocardial infarction It is the most common type of intraventricular conduction defect seen in acute ... It can be seen with acute inferior wall myocardial infarction ...
Myocardial Bridge
... A myocardial bridge occurs when one of the coronary arteries tunnels through the myocardium rather than resting on top of it ... But if the muscle grows around one of the larger arteries, then a myocardial bridge is formed ... Small amounts of myocardial bridging often are undetectable, as the blood usually flows through the coronary while the heart is relaxing in diastole ...