Reduced First-Phase Ejection Fraction and Sustained Myocardial Wall Stress in Hypertensive Patients with Diastolic Dysfunction: A Manifestation of Impaired Shortening Deactivation That Links Systolic to Diastolic Dysfunction and Preserves Systolic Ejection Fraction

Haotian Gu, Ye Li, Henry Fok, John Simpson, Jonathan Kentish, Ajay Shah, Philip Chowienczyk*

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