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  • [Dilated cardiomyopathy and hypereosinophilia in a young female patient]. [Case Reports]
    Medicina (B Aires) 1993; 53(1):50-3Leone JL, Fernández E, … Tursi A
  • A 23-year-old white woman was admitted because of cardiac failure (functional class II), palpable purpura and hypereosinophilia. A month before, she had been operated due to right femoral embolus. In this occasion, enhanced cardiac size on X-ray film of the chest and 12,300 eosinophils/mm3 were observed. She was asthmatic from her childhood. The laboratory data did not detect an etiology of hyper…
  • Use of the cardiopulmonary flow index to evaluate cardiac function in thoroughbred horses. [Journal Article]
    J S Afr Vet Assoc 1991; 62(2):43-7Guthrie AJ, Killeen VM, … Grosskopf JF
  • The ratio of the cardiopulmonary blood volume to stroke volume is called the cardiopulmonary flow index (CPFI). The CPFI can be determined indirectly from the simultaneous recording of a radiocardiogram and an electrocardiogram. The CPFI and cardiac output were measured simultaneously in horses (n = 10) that were diagnosed as having cardiac disease. The diseased subjects were probably all exposed…
  • Haemodynamics in patients with chronic post-embolic pulmonary hypertension. [Journal Article]
    Cor Vasa 1986; 28(1):31-7Antonova NYu , Kostenko IG, … Shilkrot IYu
  • Haemodynamic studies were undertaken in 30 patients with chronic post-embolic pulmonary hypertension (CPEPH), and the findings were compared with those found in acute thromboembolism of the pulmonary artery. The study showed that radiocardiographic examination is a useful supplementary method for diagnosing postembolic lesions of pulmonary arteries and for dynamic examination of patients after pu…
  • Quantitative radiocardiography in patients with patent ductus arteriosus. [Journal Article]
    Jpn Circ J 1985; 49(1):25-37Matsumura T
  • Analytical models of the analog computer simulation method of radiocardiogram (RCG) were revised to obtain quantitative hemodynamic evaluations in patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). The theoretical and technical aspects are herein outlined, and the effects of clinical application discussed. Twenty-six patients with a left-to-right PDA shunt were studied by the revised RCG models, and the results wer…
  • [Radiocardiogram interpretation by estimating the average transit time of a tracer]. [Journal Article]
    Med Radiol (Mosk) 1983; 28(12):13-9Gel'fand IN, Sycheva IM, Narkevich BIa
  • A new method for the interpretation of the radiocardiographic (RCG) data is proposed. As distinct from the widely used method developed by Donato et al. based on the exponential extrapolation of the terminal zones of the RCG peaks and the calculation of the mean time of the indicator general circulation in the body, this one is based on the approximation of both RCG peaks by gamma-image function,…
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