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Echocardiographic contrast agents and left ventricular contractility: evaluation using an isolated rabbit heart model.
Improved quantification of left ventricular function by applying signal averaging to echocardiographic acoustic quantification.
Quantitative assessment of regional right ventricular function with color kinesis.
Normal values of regional left ventricular endocardial motion: multicenter color kinesis study.
Detection of regional temporal abnormalities in left ventricular function during acute myocardial ischemia.
Volumetric quantification of global and regional left ventricular function from real-time three-dimensional echocardiographic images.
Effects of left ventricular pressure on sonicated albumin microbubbles: evaluation using an isolated rabbit heart model.
Segmental analysis of color kinesis images: new method for quantification of the magnitude and timing of endocardial motion during left ventricular systole and diastole.
Normal values of left ventricular systolic and diastolic function derived from signal-averaged acoustic quantification waveforms: a multicenter study.
3-Dimensional Echocardiographic Analysis of the Tricuspid Annulus Provides New Insights Into Tricuspid Valve Geometry and Dynamics.
Morphologic Analysis of the Normal Right Ventricle Using Three-Dimensional Echocardiography-Derived Curvature Indices.
Three-dimensional analysis of regional right ventricular shape and function in repaired tetralogy of Fallot using cardiovascular magnetic resonance.
Outflow Cannula Systolic Slope in Patients With Left Ventricular Assist Devices: A Novel Marker of Myocardial Contractility.
Regional myocardial strain by cardiac magnetic resonance feature tracking for detection of scar in ischemic heart disease.