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abnormal cardiac muscle contractility (MP:0002972)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abnormal blood circulation +   
abnormal blood pressure regulation +   
abnormal cardiac cell glucose uptake +   
abnormal cardiac muscle contractility +   
altered ability of the heart muscle to shorten or to develop increased tension, often measured by dP/dT max, fractional shortening (FS), velocity of circumferential fiber shortening (Vcfc), peak of aortic outflow velocity (PAV), and ventricular ejection fraction volume
abnormal cardiac muscle relaxation +   
abnormal esophageal peristalsis +   
abnormal fetal cardiomyocyte physiology +   
abnormal heart echocardiography feature  
abnormal heart valve physiology +   
abnormal heart ventricle pressure +   
abnormal heartbeat +   
abnormal impulse conducting system conduction +   
abnormal intestinal peristalsis +   
abnormal mean heart rate adaptation +  
abnormal myocardial fiber physiology +   
abnormal pulmonary pressure +   
abnormal renal arterial blood pressure +  
abnormal response of heart to induced stress +   
abnormal response to cardiac infarction +   
abnormal susceptibility to aortic cartilaginous metaplasia +  
abnormal susceptibility to diet-induced aortic fatty streak lesions +   
abnormal systemic arterial blood pressure +   
abnormal vasculature physiology +   
abnormal vasoconstriction +   
cardiomyopathy +   
congestive heart failure  
heart inflammation +   
impaired muscle contractility +   
portal hypertension  

Narrow Synonyms: abnormal fractional shortening (FS) ;   abnormal peak of aortic outflow velocity (PAV) ;   abnormal velocity of circumferential fiber shortening (Vcfc) ;   abnormal velocity of circumferential fibre shortening (Vcfc) ;   abnormal ventricular ejection fraction volume
Definition Sources: ISBN:0-683-40008-8

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