OTHER WORDS FROM diastolichy·per·di·as·tol·ic, adjectivepost·di·as·tol·ic, adjectivepre·di·as·tol·ic, adjectivepseu·do·di·as·tol·ic, adjective
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The left ventricle of the heart becomes stiffer and less able to fill again after each stroke, leading to a disease known as diastolic heart failure, characterized by fatigue, shortness of breath and reduced ability to exercise.
The diastolic pressure has been estimated to be about 35 to 45 mm.
There has been some dispute as to the place where the diastolic pressure should be read.
Usually there is no difficulty in determining the diastolic pressure.
The up-and-down movements of the leaflet correspond to the diastolic and systolic movements of the animal heart.
In Fig. 86 the up-curve represents up-movement of diastolic expansion, and the down-curve of systolic contraction.