Bernheim effect

(bern′hīm″, ber-nem′)

[P. Bernheim, 20th-cent. Fr. physician]
The effect of elevated pressures in the left ventricle of the heart on right ventricular performance, or of elevated pressures in the right ventricle on left ventricular contraction (the reverse Bernheim effect).

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