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Pompe's disease

What kind of Cardiomyopathy?
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Pompe's disease

What kind of Cardiomyopathy?
I think i already answer this question... is a

Restrictive Cardiomyopathy by Glycogen deposit...

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Check it =) Is another post, someone ask the same question.
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Cool!

I got this one wrong......thought of it to be Dilated CM
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Cool!

I got this one wrong......thought of it to be Dilated CM
pompes disease restrictive cardiomyopathy ,other causes systemic sclerosis ,sarcoidosis ..
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in athletes outflow obstruction
dilated cardiomyopathy (SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION) doxorubucin , daunorubucin,lymes disease,c.diphtheria,wet beri beri, and any cause of myocarditis can progress to DCM i hope its easy now ...
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I got this one wrong......thought of it to be Dilated CM
Initially is Restrictive, but eventually it can become dilated cardiomyopathy. But keep in mind Restrictive.
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