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X-plane (left panel) and volume rendering (right panel) display showing a significant decrease in mass size. Limited views available with 2DE often does not allow a clear visualization of the ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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Transoesophageal 3DE multi-slice display used for sizing the LAA orifice (upper panel) and LAA cavity length (lower panel). Accurate sizing of LAA has important clinical implications since LAA ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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Transthoracic 3DE volume rendering en face view of a ostium primum atrial septal defect viewed from left atrial side.

Date : 05/12/2012
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The Alfieri procedure or “bow-tie” repair is a simple repair method introduced by Alfieri and coll.1 in which the leading edges of the mitral leaflets are approximated by use of a ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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Due to the nonlinear relationship between annulus and leaflets, prolapse of the scallops may be seen in one view but not in another by 2D echo. 3D echocardiography is able to provide detailed images ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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Anatomic specimen showing the mitral from the surgeon perspective (i.e. as it is seen when opening the left atrium) and its anatomical relationships with the aortic valve (AV) and the septal leaflet ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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In patients with ischemic and non-ischemic cardiomyopathies the normal geometry of the mitral annulus becomes distorted leading to functional mitral regurgitation 3DE allows clinicians to visualize ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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Slicing allows to obtain one or more tomographic images of the cardiac structures contained in a pyramidal 3D data set Display There are fundamentally three ways of displaying information contained ...

Date : 17/05/2018
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The unique ability of 3DE (particularly transoesophageal 3DE) to allow en face visualization of prosthetic valves and annuli from the atrial perspective is invaluable to asses their function and ...

Date : 05/12/2012
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APICAL 4CH VIEW Septal : 0%, 100% Anterior : 100%, 0% Posterior : 0%, 0% PARASTERNALSAX VIEW Septal : 0%, 48% Anterior : 0%, 52% Posterior : 92%, 0% PARASTERNAL RV-Inflow Septal : 0%, 100% Anterior : ...

Date : 05/12/2012