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Eleanore KRONER (Leiden, NL) 08:30 P2272 Pathological ECG changes are not associated with late gadolinium enhancement in non-ischaemic dilated cardiomyopathy Andrew JABBOUR (London, GB) 08:30 P2273 ...

Poster session 3: Magnetic resonance imaging in non coronary artery disease patients

Date : 29/08/2011 Item size : 165497 bytes
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08:30 P4313 The modern epidemiology of valvular aortic stenosis Gry Wisthus EVEBORN (Tromso, NO) 08:30 P4314 Another approach to main clinical characteristics of patients with aortic stenosis: A ...

Poster session 5: Presentation, diagnosis and prognosis of aortic valve disease

Date : 30/08/2011 Item size : 229114 bytes
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Inclusion criteria were the presence of severe aortic valve stenosis (mean trans-aortic pressure gradient >40 mmHg or an aortic valve area <1 cm2) in cases with a very high or prohibitive risk for ...

Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging, ORIGINAL ARTICLES, Gloria Tamborini, Laura Fusini, Manuela Muratori, Claudia Cefalù, Paola Gripari, Sarah Ghulam Ali, Gianluca Pontone, Daniele Andreini, Antonio L. ...

Date : 01/12/2014 Item size : 284861 bytes
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[...]in such conditions, the gradient, which is highly flow-dependent, may be low (<40mmHg) despite the presence of a severe stenosis.S4 Recent studies and guidelines have also emphasised that LV ...

Heart, Editorial, Philippe Pibarot

Date : 01/01/2015
Heart

Study of the diagnostic value of aortic valve area planimetry using multiplane TOE, compared with catheterisation and the continuity equation, both being considered as criterion standards. PATIENTS: ...

Heart, Research Article, Y. Bernard, N. Meneveau, A. Vuillemenot, D. Magnin, T. Anguenot, F. Schiele, J. P. Bassand

Date : 01/07/1997
Heart

A new non-invasive estimation of the stenotic aortic valve area by pulsed Doppler mapping. The Doppler examination was performed at the site of the aortic orifice in the parasternal short axis ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C Veyrat, C Gourtchiglouian, P Dumora, G Abitbol, D Sainte Beuve, D Kalmanson

Date : 01/01/1987
Heart

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
Heart

RESULTS--Differences in individual patients' measurements of aortic valve area by the three Doppler techniques varied by up to 0.56 cm2 compared with values obtained by heart ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J. L. Fischer, T. Haberer, D. Dickson, L. Henselmann

Date : 01/03/1995
Heart

Rate-corrected left ventricular ejection time was measured from the aortic pressure tracings of 171 catheterised patients with aortic valve area less than or equal to 1.2 cm2. In 50 patients with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Kligfield, H Goldberg, S A Kline, s Scheidt

Date : 01/11/1977
Heart

To investigate the effects of transvalvar flow rate on aortic valve resistance and valve area after percutaneous transvenous balloon dilatation of the mitral valve in a homogeneous group of patients ...

Heart, Research Article, T. M. Lee, S. F. Su, M. F. Chen, C. S. Liau, Y. T. Lee

Date : 01/12/1996