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 My blood presure?
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gemhak
A close friend of mine recently died suddenly and unexpectedly. What can I learn from his post mortem results?
Here are some of the finding of the post mortem results.

> heart enlarged (twice normal size for his age) - he was almost 60)

>Valves were calcified and hardeded along aorta

>prostate severely enlarged and possibly cancerous.

I'm wondering what the most likely causes of the factors identified as his cause of death?

Any specific clues or just lifestyle factors I wonder?

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Mike G
Sounds like he had a ventricular fibrillation. Unless he had an implanted ACD, he would have died.

He had CHF with valve failure. He probably had hypertension most of his life which cause the enlarged heart. Be glad he lasted to 60. Most CHF/Sudden Death Syndrome patients die earlier.


traumaqueen22
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Lifestyle probably played a part of it, but genetics probably played a larger one.
His heart may have been too big to pump effectively, or he may have had a massive heart attack due to clogged arteries. It's hard to say for sure, but I would imagine that would have killed him before the cancer did, especially if it was 'possibly' cancer not 'definately'.


Tapestry6
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When your number is up its time to go, many people live with those symptoms for many years, it was your friends time to go to a better place.


Dinty Moore
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If no blocked arteries were noted he did not die of a heart attack. Sudden cardiac death is usually arrhythmic in origin. The enlarged heart puts him at increased risk for this. The important finding would be the cause. Valve calcification alone isn't enough unless it caused stenosis of blockage of the valve. If in fact he did have aortic stenosis severe enough to cause his heart to enlarge this is the likely culprit and can be implicated in sudden death. Prostate cancer not a factor.


poke22
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Having such enlarged heart likely means he has dilated cardiomyopathy and has poor pumping function (ejection fraction). Extremely low pumping function is prone for arrhythmias and heart failure. That may or may not be the cause of death.

Dilated cardiomyopathy commonly is due to hypertension and ischemia (blocked arteries), among others. You would do yourself good to take on lifestyle changes that prevent high blood pressure or coronary artery disease. (such as low fat diet, exercise, don't smoke, etc etc, common sense things)


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