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Pseudonormalization on echocardiogram

My echocardiogram showed left ventricular diastolic dysfunction with pseudonormalization. I read about this and I understand what it is, but my doctor never mentioned it and I'm wondering if this should be worked up or if should I forget about it? I have obstructive sleep apnea but I use my BiPAP religiously. Not sure if that has anything to do with it. My PCP said my EKG was "stellar". Any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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