Post-systolic shortening: a functional window into ischemic memory?

@article{Belohlavek2012PostsystolicSA,
  title={Post-systolic shortening: a functional window into ischemic memory?},
  author={Marek Belohlavek},
  journal={JACC. Cardiovascular imaging},
  year={2012},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={12-4}
}
Myocardial post-systolic shortening is characterized by a large variability in both duration and magnitude. Although typically occurring in a setting of ischemic heart disease, this regionally asynchronous myocardial contraction is considered a normal finding in approximately one-third of myocardial segments in healthy subjects, as long as the magnitude is low and the systolic strain is preserved (2). Post-systolic contraction takes place during an energetically demanding 

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