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pathological coditions of the heart

arrhythmia abnormal heart rhythms
brydycardial and heart block aka: atriovoentricular block faluir of proper condition of impulses to the SA node thru the AV node to the antrioventrical bundle.
antrioventrical bundle bundle of his
flutter rapid but regular contractions, usually of the atria
fibrillation very rapid, random, ineffective, and regular contractions of the heart (350 beats or more per minute)
congenital heart disease abnormalities in the heart at birth
coraction of the aorta (CoA) narrowing of aorta
coraction narrowing
patient ductus arteriosis (PDA) Passage way between the aorta and the pulmonary artery remain open at birth.
patent open
ductus arteriosis passageway
sepetal defects small holes in the wall between atria or ventrical.
tetralogy of Fallot (fa-LO) congenital malformation involving four distinct heart defects.
The Four defects of Tetralogy of Fallot 1.pulminary artery stenosis 2.ventracular spetal defect 3.Shift of the aorta to the right 4.Hypertrophy of the right ventricle.
Congestive Heart Failure heart is unable to pump its required amount of blood.
endocarditis inflammation of the inner lining of the heart
hypertensive heart disease high blood pressure effecting the heart
mitral valve prolapse (MVP) Improper closure of the mitral valve
murmur extra heart sound between normal beats.
pericarditis Inflamation of the membrane surrounding the heart
rheumatic heart disease heart disease caused by fever
Created by: bamber31212