Cardiac abnormalities present in patients with Alzheimer's disease
ECG and echocardiographic abnormalities, including diastolic dysfunction, are present in patients with AD and that these studies reproduce the pattern of cardiac amyloidosis, suggests a study published online in the February 2018 issue of JACC Heart Failure. These findings indicate that there may be subclinical cardiac involvement in Alzheimer’s disease, which is probably associated with deposition of Aβ amyloid.
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