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AMI 1 day duration, RCA
Cause? Vessel?
AMI 2 days LAD
Cause? Vessel?
AMI 14 days LAD
Cause? Vessel?
Chronic MI 2 months
Time? Cause?
12-24 hours post MI giving contraction band necrosis
Time course and Cause?
AMI with PMN infiltration 1-3 days
Features? Cause? Time frame?
Post infarction LV free wall rupture: usually occurs in 1-4 days post and upto 3 weeks after; FEAR cardiac tamponade
What is shown?
VSD post MI
What is shown?
Post Infarction LV mural thrombosis
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chronic Ischemic HD
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What is Dressler's Syndrome?
2-10 weeks Post Infarction, a immunologic response causes delayed pericarditis
Remember (blank)change usually causes ACS.
Acute plaque change
Describe a subendocardial Infarction.
Often a result of shock, the infarction does not proceed through the entire wall. Negative normally for epicarditis, aneurysm, and rare for thrombosis.
2 complications of MI in LV?
Arrhythmias (ventricular can be lethal) and LV Failure
Describe a Transumral Infarction.
often the cause of shock, infarction that encompasses the entire wall with possible complications of epicarditis, aneurysm, and thrombosis.