- Grade 2: The grade 2 diastolic dysfunction is also known as the pseudonormal filling dynamics. This is a moderate condition that shows elevated left atrial filling pressures. The symptoms include symptoms similar to heart failure. There may be left atrial enlargement due to elevated pressure in the left heart.
- Grade 3 and 4: These are the most severe forms of the condition, where the patient may show advanced heart failure symptoms. The prognosis for grade 3 and 4 is generally very poor. The left atrial enlargement is observed and the systolic and diastolic dysfunction is indicated by the reduction in the left ventricular ejection fraction.
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