36. The development of right heart failure prior to left heart failure in the setting of severe aortic stenosis occurring from interventricular septal hypertrophy and increased left ventricular pressure causing the interventricular septum to bulge into the right ventricle resulting in decreased right ventricular filling is known as:

A. Galliveridin phenomenon

B. Bainbridge reflex

C. Bernheim effect

D. Heyde’s syndrome