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  • Preliminary results analysis for left ventricular systolic function in normal fetuses by automated cardiac motion quantitation. [Journal Article]
    J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2019; :1-9Sun X, Zhao B, … Peng X
  • CONCLUSIONS: The global and regional strain values of fetus have no correlation with gestational ages, and the strain values of apical segment are higher than those of basal and middle segments. The base and middle segmental strain values of left ventricular free wall were similar to those of the interventricular septum. aCMQ is a novel method of two dimensional speckle tracking echocardiography to assess the global and regional systolic function of fetuses. It's a feasible and reproducible approach to evaluate normal cardiac function of fetus quantitatively and may have potential in fetuses with congenital heart diseases.
  • CMR feature tracking in cardiac asymptomatic systemic sclerosis: Clinical implications. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(8):e0221021Bratis K, Lindholm A, … Ostenfeld E
  • CONCLUSIONS: In cardiac asymptomatic SSc patients with normal routine functional indices, CMR-FT identifies subclinical presence of insertion fibrosis and/or myocardial infarction by impaired LV longitudinal strain. RV derived longitudinal indices were impaired in the patient group. CMR FT indices did not correlate to the patients' phenotypic and autoimmune features.
  • Recent Development in Three and Four Dimension Fetal Echocardiography. [Review]
    Fetal Diagn Ther 2019; :1-9Chaoui R, Abuhamad A, … Heling KS
  • Since its introduction >15 years ago, the use of spatial and temporal image correlation (STIC) technology has contributed substantially to fetal echocardiography. Moreover, significant advances have occurred in 3- and 4-dimensional (3D/4D) echocardiography over the past several years including the matrix probe along with advances in gray scale and color Doppler post processing, resulting in impro…
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