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Primary heart muscle disease, often of obscure or unknown etiology, not associated with coronary disease, hypertension, valve disease, etc.



* D = dilated cardiomyopathy R = restricted cardiomyopathy H = hypertrophic cardiomyopathy


* no need in premenopausal women with normal CBC

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