By Guillem Pons-Lladó M.D., Francesc Carreras M.D. (eds.)
The Atlas of useful functions of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance includes over 2 hundred illustrations and a word list of phrases. This atlas will support cardiologists to figure out while a CMR examination comes in handy for analysis and supply info on find out how to plan and skim CMR studies.
Guillem Pons-Llado, MD is Director of the Cardiac Imaging Unit on the health center de los angeles Santa Creu I Sant Pau, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain.
Francesc Carreras, MD is a part of the Cardiac Imaging Unit on the clinic de l. a. Santa Creu I Sant Pau, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain.
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12. Sagittal SE Tlw plane showing a longitudinal view of the outflow portion of the RV. The arrow points to the plane of the pulmonary valve. F. 13. One of a series of short-axis planes where the endo- and epicardial contours of the RV have been traced, in addition to the ones of the LV. 33 populations in follow-up studies. This limitation is, however, less relevant in clinical practice, where the measurement of R V M is not routinely used. 2 Ventricular Function a. 14). Once the end-diastoHc and endsystoUc volumes are obtained, then the left ventricular ejection fraction is easily derived.
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