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λ and ECV did not vary with time, while post-contrast T1 was relatively constant between 15 and 30 min. [...]mid-cavity myocardium at 20 min was used for subsequent analyses. ECV displayed ...

Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging, ORIGINAL ARTICLES, Calvin W.L. Chin, Scott Semple, Tamir Malley, Audrey C. White, Saeed Mirsadraee, Peter J. Weale, Sanjay Prasad, David E. Newby, Marc R. Dweck

Date : 01/05/2014 Item size : 295767 bytes

Left ventricular 'relative wall thickness', determined from the ratio between echocardiographic measurements of end-systolic wall thickness and cavity transverse dimension, was related to peak ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D H Bennett, D W Evans, M V Raj

Date : 01/09/1975

Effect of ventricular function on left ventricular ejection time in aortic stenosis. Since recognition of factors which modify the duration of ejection in aortic stenosis is of clinical importance, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Kligfield, P Okin

Date : 01/10/1979

The results of elective cardiac surgery carried out between 1970 and 1975 on 29 patients over 70 years of age are reported. Complication rate and length of hospital stay were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Canepa-Anson, R W Emanuel

Date : 01/04/1979

Intracardiac electrography and 24 hour ambulatory electrocardiographic monitoring were carried out in 20 patients with calcific aortic stenosis (mean pressure gradient 86 mm Hg) to investigate (a) ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K Rasmussen, P E Thomsen, J P Bagger

Date : 01/07/1984

Effects of sustained isometric handgrip on praecordial accelerocardiogram in normal subjects and in patients with heart disease. In the patients with myocardial disease this subgroup was ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L Hume, J B Irving, A H Kitchin, S R Reuben

Date : 01/08/1975

All the surviving children have been followed up (median length of follow up 2 years and 11 months, range 7 months-5 years). Left ventricular function, in terms of percentage systolic wall ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Burch, A N Redington, J S Carvalho, P Rusconi, E A Shinebourne, M L Rigby, M Paneth, C Lincoln

Date : 01/01/1990

B J Boumaa, J H P van der Meulenb, R B A van den Brinka, A E R Arnoldc, A Smidtsd, L H Teunterd, K I Liea, J G P Tijssenb aDepartment of Cardiology, Academic Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam, ...

Heart, Interventional cardiology surgery, B J Bouma, J H P van der Meulen, R B A van den Brink, A E R Arnold, A Smidts, L H Teunter, K I Lie, J G P Tijssen

Date : 01/02/2001

Heart 1998;80:508 doi:10.1136/hrt.80.5.508 An 81 year old man with known severe aortic stenosis and atrial fibrillation, in the presence of very poor ventricular function, was admitted to hospital ...

Heart, Images in cardiology, J M COTTON, A BROWN, M J MONAGHAN

Date : 01/11/1998

Valve replacement in patients with critical aortic stenosis and depressed left ventricular function: predictors of operative risk, left ventricular function recovery, and long term ...

Heart, Interventional cardiology and surgery, B Vaquette, H Corbineau, M Laurent, B Lelong, T Langanay, C de Place, C Froger-Bompas, C Leclercq, C Daubert, A Leguerrier

Date : 01/10/2005