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|cardiomyopathy icd 10||0.33||0.3||3130||97|
|cardiomyopathy in dogs||0.82||0.1||4064||13|
|cardiomyopathy vs chf||1.4||0.9||6961||3|
|cardiomyopathy and statins||0.71||0.9||4496||21|
|cardiomyopathy vs heart failure||0.64||0.6||3404||15|
|cardiomyopathy in cats||0.29||0.6||5943||6|
|cardiomyopathy life expectancy||1.88||0.8||5198||69|
|cardiomyopathy icd 10 code||1.1||0.5||2292||35|
|cardiomyopathy scholarly articles||0.94||1||9446||52|
When cardiomyopathy occurs, the normal muscle in the heart can thicken, stiffen, thin out, or fill with substances the body produces that do not belong in the heart muscle. As a result, the heart muscle’s ability to pump blood is reduced, which can lead to irregular heartbeats, the backup of blood into the lungs or rest of the body, and heart failure.How dangerous is cardiomyopathy?
It can lead to severe short-term heart muscle failure, according to UW Medicine, and in rare cases, it can even be fatal.How serious is cardiomyopathy?
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy often goes undiagnosed because many people with the disease have few, if any, symptoms and can lead normal lives with no significant problems. However, in a small number of people with HCM , the thickened heart muscle can cause shortness of breath, chest pain or problems in the heart's electrical system, resulting in life-threatening abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) or sudden death.