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What is the common cause of restrictive cardiomyopathy?
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Dr. John Garner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Amyloid
By far the most common cause is deposition of amyloid protein in the heart.
Restrictive physiology is the end-stage result of most other types of heart failure as well, but we don't call that a restrictive cardiomyopathy.

In brief: Amyloid
By far the most common cause is deposition of amyloid protein in the heart.
Restrictive physiology is the end-stage result of most other types of heart failure as well, but we don't call that a restrictive cardiomyopathy.
Dr. John Garner
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Dr. Samuel Hahn
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Amyloid
Restrictive or infiltrative cardiomyopathies are usually caused by amyloid, sarcoid, scleroderma, endocardial fibrosis/fibroelastosis, hemochromatosis, radiation, and idiopathic.

In brief: Amyloid
Restrictive or infiltrative cardiomyopathies are usually caused by amyloid, sarcoid, scleroderma, endocardial fibrosis/fibroelastosis, hemochromatosis, radiation, and idiopathic.
Dr. Samuel Hahn
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