Backward heart failure

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Backward heart failure

a concept (formerly considered mutually exclusive of forward heart failure) that maintains that the phenomena of congestive heart failure result from passive engorgement of the veins caused by a backward rise in pressure proximal to the failing cardiac chambers.

Compare: forward heart failure.

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