Literature

BACKGROUND: Wall motion scoring is a standardised semi-quantitative approach to record regional left ventricular (LV) function at rest and during stress echocardiography. Assessment depends on expert visual review of the …
BACKGROUND: Correct identification of views acquired in a 2D echocardiographic examination is paramount to post-processing and quantification steps performed as part of most clinical workflows. In many exams, microbubble …
BACKGROUND: Stress echocardiography is usually considered necessary to identify patients with prognostically significant coronary disease (CAD) and relies on operator expertise to visualise wall motion abnormalities. We hypothesised that …
BACKGROUND: Visual assessment of left ventricular regional wall motion during stress echocardiography is a core tool in identifying myocardial ischaemia in cases of suspected coronary artery disease (CAD). However, …
BACKGROUND: Automated echocardiographic image analysis removes inter-operator variability which represents a major paradigm shift in current clinical practice and will facilitate the adoption of echocardiographic quantification and impact serial …
BACKGROUND: Strain imaging during stress echocardiography (SE) has proven to be a sensitive measure of left ventricular contractile function in suspected coronary artery disease (CAD). Using speckle tracking for …

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