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Until today, diastolic dysfunction is one of the most understudied problems in modern medicine, although the prevalence is up to 50% among the population. The development of pathology occurs before the development of the appearance of the clinic and symptoms, as well as therapeutic effects on the mechanisms, which complicates the study, due to insufficient information . Numerous studies  argue that the following risk factors predominate for the development of intact heart failure against the background of ischemic heart disease, such as female sex, the presence of concomitant pathology in the form of diabetes mellitus, obesity, arterial hypertension, metabolic syndrome, etc.
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