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Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging : Inter-study reproducibility. / Kowallick, Johannes Tammo; Morton, Geraint; Lamata de la Orden, Pablo; Jogiya, Roy Ramesh; Kutty, Shelby; Hasenfuß, Gerd; Lotz, Joachim; Chiribiri, Amedeo; Nagel, Eike Caspar Cornelius; Schuster, Andreas.

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Kowallick, JT, Morton, G, Lamata de la Orden, P, Jogiya, RR, Kutty, S, Hasenfuß, G, Lotz, J, Chiribiri, A, Nagel, ECC & Schuster, A 2017, 'Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging: Inter-study reproducibility' JRSM cardiovascular disease. DOI: 10.1177/2048004017710142

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Kowallick, J. T., Morton, G., Lamata de la Orden, P., Jogiya, R. R., Kutty, S., Hasenfuß, G., ... Schuster, A. (2017). Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging: Inter-study reproducibility. JRSM cardiovascular disease. DOI: 10.1177/2048004017710142

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Kowallick JT, Morton G, Lamata de la Orden P, Jogiya RR, Kutty S, Hasenfuß G et al. Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging: Inter-study reproducibility. JRSM cardiovascular disease. 2017 May 15. Available from, DOI: 10.1177/2048004017710142

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Kowallick, Johannes Tammo ; Morton, Geraint ; Lamata de la Orden, Pablo ; Jogiya, Roy Ramesh ; Kutty, Shelby ; Hasenfuß, Gerd ; Lotz, Joachim ; Chiribiri, Amedeo ; Nagel, Eike Caspar Cornelius ; Schuster, Andreas. / Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging : Inter-study reproducibility. In: JRSM cardiovascular disease. 2017

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title = "Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging: Inter-study reproducibility",
abstract = "ObjectivesTo determine the inter-study reproducibility of left ventricular (LV) mechanical dyssynchrony measures based on standard cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) cine images.DesignSteady-state free precession (SSFP) LV short-axis stacks and three long-axes were acquired on the same day at three time points. Circumferential strain systolic dyssynchrony indexes (SDI), area-SDI as well as circumferential and radial uniformity ratio estimates (CURE and RURE, respectively) were derived from CMR myocardial feature-tracking (CMR-FT) based on the tracking of three SSFP short-axis planes. Furthermore, 4D-LV-analysis based on SSFP short-axis stacks and longitudinal planes was performed to quantify 4D-volume-SDI.SettingA single-centre London teaching hospital.Participants16 healthy volunteers.Main outcome measuresInter-study reproducibility between the repeated exams.ResultsCURE and RURE as well as 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility (coefficient of variation [CoV] 6.4\{%}–12.9\{%}). Circumferential strain and area-SDI showed higher variability between the repeated measurements (CoV 24.9\{%}–37.5\{%}). Uniformity ratio estimates showed the lowest inter-study variability (CoV 6.4\{%}–8.5\{%}).ConclusionsDerivation of LV mechanical dyssynchrony measures from standard cine images is feasible using CMR-FT and 4D-LV-analysis tools. Uniformity ratio estimates and 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility. Their clinical value should next be explored in patients who potentially benefit from cardiac resynchronization therapy.",
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T1 - Quantitative assessment of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchrony using cine cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging

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AU - Kowallick,Johannes Tammo

AU - Morton,Geraint

AU - Lamata de la Orden,Pablo

AU - Jogiya,Roy Ramesh

AU - Kutty,Shelby

AU - Hasenfuß,Gerd

AU - Lotz,Joachim

AU - Chiribiri,Amedeo

AU - Nagel,Eike Caspar Cornelius

AU - Schuster,Andreas

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N2 - ObjectivesTo determine the inter-study reproducibility of left ventricular (LV) mechanical dyssynchrony measures based on standard cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) cine images.DesignSteady-state free precession (SSFP) LV short-axis stacks and three long-axes were acquired on the same day at three time points. Circumferential strain systolic dyssynchrony indexes (SDI), area-SDI as well as circumferential and radial uniformity ratio estimates (CURE and RURE, respectively) were derived from CMR myocardial feature-tracking (CMR-FT) based on the tracking of three SSFP short-axis planes. Furthermore, 4D-LV-analysis based on SSFP short-axis stacks and longitudinal planes was performed to quantify 4D-volume-SDI.SettingA single-centre London teaching hospital.Participants16 healthy volunteers.Main outcome measuresInter-study reproducibility between the repeated exams.ResultsCURE and RURE as well as 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility (coefficient of variation [CoV] 6.4%–12.9%). Circumferential strain and area-SDI showed higher variability between the repeated measurements (CoV 24.9%–37.5%). Uniformity ratio estimates showed the lowest inter-study variability (CoV 6.4%–8.5%).ConclusionsDerivation of LV mechanical dyssynchrony measures from standard cine images is feasible using CMR-FT and 4D-LV-analysis tools. Uniformity ratio estimates and 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility. Their clinical value should next be explored in patients who potentially benefit from cardiac resynchronization therapy.

AB - ObjectivesTo determine the inter-study reproducibility of left ventricular (LV) mechanical dyssynchrony measures based on standard cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) cine images.DesignSteady-state free precession (SSFP) LV short-axis stacks and three long-axes were acquired on the same day at three time points. Circumferential strain systolic dyssynchrony indexes (SDI), area-SDI as well as circumferential and radial uniformity ratio estimates (CURE and RURE, respectively) were derived from CMR myocardial feature-tracking (CMR-FT) based on the tracking of three SSFP short-axis planes. Furthermore, 4D-LV-analysis based on SSFP short-axis stacks and longitudinal planes was performed to quantify 4D-volume-SDI.SettingA single-centre London teaching hospital.Participants16 healthy volunteers.Main outcome measuresInter-study reproducibility between the repeated exams.ResultsCURE and RURE as well as 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility (coefficient of variation [CoV] 6.4%–12.9%). Circumferential strain and area-SDI showed higher variability between the repeated measurements (CoV 24.9%–37.5%). Uniformity ratio estimates showed the lowest inter-study variability (CoV 6.4%–8.5%).ConclusionsDerivation of LV mechanical dyssynchrony measures from standard cine images is feasible using CMR-FT and 4D-LV-analysis tools. Uniformity ratio estimates and 4D-volume-SDI showed good inter-study reproducibility. Their clinical value should next be explored in patients who potentially benefit from cardiac resynchronization therapy.

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