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Y Tayyareci, R Dworakowski, P Kogoj, J Reiken, C Kenny, P MacCarthy, O Wendler, and M J Monaghan

, the LV is expected to remodel with a reduction in the LV myocardial mass and volume over time. However, if there are accompanying factors such as coronary artery disease and previous MI, this does not happen and MR will not improve. These patients are

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Gowsini Joseph, Tomas Zaremba, Martin Berg Johansen, Sarah Ekeloef, Einar Heiberg, Henrik Engblom, Svend Eggert Jensen, and Peter Sogaard

Nagel E Schalla S Bots ML Leiner T . Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging findings and the risk of cardiovascular events in patients with recent myocardial infarction or suspected or known coronary artery disease: a systematic review of prognostic

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Ashraf Roshdy, Nadia Francisco, Alejandro Rendon, Stuart Gillon, and David Walker

; fluids improve LV function to a point but are detrimental in excess. Furthermore, most inotropes are chronotropic as well leading to increase in cardiac oxygen consumption. In an increasingly aged ICU population with underlying coronary artery disease

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Neil Howell and William Bradlow

. Mitral valve replacement to address significant mitral regurgitation is rarely required. Early mortality is low with <1% quoted from most contemporary series. Higher operative mortality may be seen in elderly patients with concomitant coronary artery

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David Messika-Zeitoun, Ian G Burwash, and Thierry Mesana

comorbidities were diabetes, coronary artery disease, chronic kidney dysfunction and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. More recently, the IMPULSE registry, a prospective multicenter registry form 23 centers across 9 European countries, evaluated the

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Daniel Modin, Ditte Madsen Andersen, and Tor Biering-Sørensen

diastolic dysfunction) ( 4 ). This in accordance with recent evidence suggesting that HFmrEF may constitute a subset of HFpEF patients who are more affected by coronary artery disease ( 31 ). Coronary artery disease in HFpEF is associated with worse outcome

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Miriam Shanks, Lucas Valtuille, Jonathan B Choy, and Harald Becher

(%)  HTN 7 (22) 5 2 0.581  Diabetes mellitus NA NA NA  Coronary artery disease 1(3) 1 (3) 0 (0) 0.431  Prior myocardial infarction 1(3) 1 (3) 0 (0) 0.431  CVA 1(3) 0 (0) 1 (3) 0.190  Hyperlipidemia 9 (28) 5 (16) 4 (13) 0.612  Smoking 1 (3) 1 (3) 0 (0) 0

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Ellen Ostenfeld and Frank A Flachskampf

of Fallot (4) . Furthermore, it has increasingly become clear in recent years that, in many ‘left-sided’ clinical scenarios, such as heart failure due to coronary artery disease, the RV co-determines course and prognosis. Larose et al . (5) showed

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Tudor Trache, Stephan Stöbe, Adrienn Tarr, Dietrich Pfeiffer, and Andreas Hagendorff

ventricular function after surgical revascularization in patients with coronary artery disease by real-time triplane echocardiography . Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 28 1175 – 1184 . 10.7863/jum.2009.28.9.1175 11 Maffessanti F Nesser HJ Weinert

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Rebecca Dobson, Arjun K Ghosh, Bonnie Ky, Tom Marwick, Martin Stout, Allan Harkness, Rick Steeds, Shaun Robinson, David Oxborough, David Adlam, Susannah Stanway, Bushra Rana, Thomas Ingram, Liam Ring, Stuart Rosen, Chris Plummer, Charlotte Manisty, Mark Harbinson, Vishal Sharma, Keith Pearce, Alexander R Lyon, Daniel X Augustine, and the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) and the British Society of Cardio-Oncology (BCOS)

* baseline troponin and/or NT-proBNP Elevated* cardiac troponin or NT-proBNP during cancer therapy *Elevated above the upper limit of normal for local laboratory reference range. CAD, coronary artery disease; eGFR, estimated glomerular