[Rupture of free left ventricle wall, septum and papillary muscle in acute myocardial infarction].


The risk of complications to acute myocardial infarction (AMI), such as cardiogenic shock, is 5-10%. The cause is often left heart failure and sometimes right heart failure, but it can be mechanical AMI complications (MCA) in the form of rupture of the left ventricle and papillary muscle rupture. This risk of MCA can be reduced by sufficient… (More)


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