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Authors:  Brian Mendel
The circadian rhythm persists throughout evolution due to its ability to adapt and function well, including cardiovascular system. Loss of normal circadian rhythm could be a predictor of morbidity and mortality in cardiovascular system, especially in myocardium, and this dysfunction could be assessed with echocardiography. In this article, we will discuss how echocardiographic parameters serve as an evaluation method in myocardial circadian rhythm. 

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