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Stephan Stoebe, Michael Metze, Daniel Jurisch, Bhupendar Tayal, Kilian Solty, Ulrich Laufs, Dietrich Pfeiffer, and Andreas Hagendorff

assessment of LV volumes, SV tot , SV eff to calculate RVol and RF by the volumetric approach is currently proposed as an alternative approach for AR quantification and can be performed by 2D, 3D echocardiography and cardiac magnet resonance imaging (cMRI

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Stephan Stoebe, Katharina Lange, Dietrich Pfeiffer, and Andreas Hagendorff

with coronary artery disease, specific parts of native coronary artery branches can also be visualised directly by transthoracic echocardiography. Furthermore, specific vessel parts can be visualised by colour-coded flow signals using 2D and 3D colour

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Thomas Sturmberger, Johannes Niel, Josef Aichinger, and Christian Ebner

( Videos 1 , 2 and 3 ). In contrast to conventional 2D echo­cardiography, which failed to visualize impairment of the lateral wall, automated function imaging, which was assessed by 2D speckle tracking imaging, revealed a distinct decreased peak in the

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Nicola Gaibazzi, Filippo Pigazzani, Claudio Reverberi, and Thomas R Porter

ventricle (LV) function at rest, which may go undetected by visual assessment but not when two-dimensional speckle tracking echocardiography (2D-STE) is used for quantification of LV function ( 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ). This would be especially true in

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Yasufumi Nagata, Yuichiro Kado, Takeshi Onoue, Kyoko Otani, Akemi Nakazono, Yutaka Otsuji, and Masaaki Takeuchi

Introduction Two-dimensional (2D) echocardiography is a versatile modality for assessing cardiac function in daily clinical practice because of its portability, usability and high cost performance ( 1 ). Indications for specific treatment of

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Stephan Stoebe, Dietrich Pfeiffer, and Andreas Hagendorff

Introduction The visualisation of specific parts of coronary artery branches with 2D echocardiography is generally possible, but not very common in the clinical scenario. The left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD) is located in the anterior

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Adrienn Tarr, Stephan Stoebe, Jan Tuennemann, Zsuzsanna Baka, Dietrich Pfeiffer, Albert Varga, and Andreas Hagendorff

-induced myocardial damage can be avoided. The aim of the present study was to find out whether early cardiac changes in patients receiving chemotherapy can be detected by the conventional and deformation parameters of 2D and 3D echocardiography. It was hypothesised

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

. Triplane echocardiography has been proven to be a reliable tool in the assessment of LV function as conventional 2D echocardiography, with the advantages of a faster data acquisition and a better standardisation of the apical views ( 7 , 8 , 9 , 10

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Ramasamy Manivarmane, Rebecca Taylor, and Rajdeep Khattar

Background Bicuspid pulmonary valve is considered a rare congenital anomaly. Although standard 2D trans-thoracic echocardiography can readily detect pulmonary valve dysfunction, morphological assessment may be limited by the close proximity of

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Rakhee Hindocha, David Garry, Nadia Short, Tom E Ingram, Richard P Steeds, Claire L Colebourn, Keith Pearce, Vishal Sharma, and the Accreditation and Education Committees of the British Society of Echocardiography

example FEEL, which is used in the peri-arrest patient. In addition, these point-of-care protocols utilise only 2D echocardiography, meaning that important pathology that may require urgent treatment may be missed. Although the take up of training in point