Myocardial Fibrosis Market – Global Size & Upcoming Industry Trends | IMR

Myocardial fibrosis refers to the excessive accumulation of fibrous tissue in the myocardium, the muscular layer of the heart. It results from various factors such as chronic inflammation, ischemic injury, or other pathological processes. This condition disrupts the normal architecture and function of the heart, leading to stiffness, impaired contraction, and compromised blood flow. Myocardial fibrosis is associated with several cardiac disorders, including heart failure, arrhythmias, and cardiomyopathies, posing significant risks to cardiovascular health and requiring tailored diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.