Cardiology

Cardiomyopathy: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

The heart is a hollow muscular body the size of a fist, its walls are formed mainly by the transversely striated cardiac muscle. The septum divides the heart into the right and left halves, each of which is formed by the atrium and the ventricle. The direction of blood flow inside the main organ of our circulatory system is controlled by valves. Individual fibers of the heart muscle are connected to the network, the walls of their cells are permeable. Thanks to this, the heart can quickly contract. What are the diseases of the heart muscle? Heart diseases are congenital or acquired diseases that result in a change in the heart muscle. Depending on the reason, the so-called. Idiopathic...