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In the past, HCM was considered a rare disorder associated with a poor prognosis but more recent population screening studies suggest that it is actually common (1:500 individuals).1 Echocardiography ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, BRITISH SOCIETY OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY AUTUMN SUPPLEMENT 2009, L.K. Williams, M.P. Frenneaux, R.P. Steeds

Date : 01/12/2009 Item size : 251997 bytes

(1) Mitral regurgitation was detected by the Doppler technique in all cases with systolic anterior motion of the mitral echo and in half of those without it. (3) Mitral regurgitant flow was often ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Kinoshita, Y Nimura, M Okamoto, K Miyatake, S Nagata, H Sakakibara

Date : 01/06/1983

The effects of increasing afterload on early diastolic dysfunction in 10 patients with hypertrophic non-obstructive cardiomyopathy were studied by computer assisted analyses of digitised M mode ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G Hausdorf, V Siglow, C A Nienaber

Date : 01/09/1988

The frequency, severity, and cause of aortic regurgitation were assessed by colour Doppler and cross sectional echocardiography in 87 patients (mean SD) age 57 (12) years) with hypertrophic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T Shiota, T Sakamoto, K Takenaka, K Amano, Y Hada, I Hasegawa, J Suzuki, H Takahashi, T Sugimoto

Date : 01/09/1989

Comparision of the haemodynamic and echocardiographic data showed that some degree of abnormal mitral valve motion during systole may occur in the absence of left ventricular outflow tract ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, O Feizi, R Emanuel

Date : 01/12/1975

Thirty patients were studied non-invasively by simultaneous recordings of echocardiogram, apex-cardiogram, phonocardiogram, and electrocardiogram in order to assess diastolic abnormalities on and off ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R F Alvares, J F Goodwin

Date : 01/09/1982

The clinical differentiation of hypertensive heart disease from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy usually presents no problem but it is less clear whether an echocardiographic distinction can always be ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, Y L Doi, J E Deanfield, W J McKenna, H J Dargie, C M Oakley, J F Goodwin

Date : 01/10/1980

S R Ommen1, P M Shah2, A J Tajik3 1Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA 2Hoag Heart Valve Center, Newport Beach, California, USA 3Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Dr Steve R Ommen, Mayo ...

Heart, Review, S R Ommen, P M Shah, A J Tajik

Date : 01/10/2008

A cursory look at the change in nomenclature over time (acquired subaortic stenosis, in-stent stenosis, hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy etc) suggests a constant development in the ...

Heart, Editorial, Ross T Murphy

Date : 01/10/2008

Peak rate of increase of dimension was normal (13.4 cm/s), though the pattern of filling was disturbed, with the duration of rapid filling prolonged in 5, and shortened in 15, suggesting ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J E Sanderson, T A Traill, M G Sutton, D J Brown, D G Gibson, J F Goodwin

Date : 01/06/1978