Tako-tsubo syndrome tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy also known as stress cardiomyopathy transient (catecholaminergic) myocardial stunning transient (neurogenic) myocardial stunning all images on this site © striped giraffe press, december 2005. All rights reserved.   www. Stripedgiraffe. Com │ www. sam's club viagra price Stages-of-shock. viagra women recreational use Com │ contact tako-tsubo syndrome is a dreadful illness (albeit quite rare) that appears under circumstances of exceptional and extreme stress, at times associated with anger. If this is happening to you, you should try to calm yourself down, if at all possible (although most patients recover completely if supported adequately in a hospital). gold max female viagra Please read one column after the other. Some comments on tako-tsubo syndrome about 70-80% of cases of tako-tsubo syndrome (tts) occur in post-menopausal women under some form of extreme, exceptional and prolonged mental stress,... buy viagra cheap With no good way out, no relief and often feeling deep resentment (such as the loss of a dear one... viagra over night delivery ) ( note : a word of caution... viagra canada , in a minority of patients (<20%) the stress is physical (such as massive trauma, surgery or severe pain, or other type of stress. In very rare cases, no "cause" can be found). Tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy or syndrome is also known as: neurogenic myocardial stunning, stress cardiomyopathy stress-induced cardiomyopathy, transient left ventricular apical ballooning, "ampulla" cardiomyopathy "broken heart syndrome". buy online viagra "tako-tsubo" is the japanese name for octopus traps that fishermen still use to catch octopus. In this syndrome, the heart (left ventricle) takes the shape of an octopus trap (tako-tsubo). How about that! Note ( très mucho important and before we forget! http://cheapviagrapricevhq.com ): a diagnosis of tako-tsubo syndrome can only be made after excluding: coronary artery disease (especially proximal left main or left anterior coronary artery stenosis), acute coronary syndrome, acute myocardial infarction, myocarditis, pericarditis, aortic dissections and so forth... The shape that the left ventricle takes (tako-tsubo shape) is due to a state of complete exhaustion of the heart muscle (myocardial stunning) in the mid-section and tip of the heart. generic viagra usa The fascinating part is that it occurs in patients without significant block.