Mohan Mallikarjuna Rao Edupuganti

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Background The ratio of the transmitral early inflow wave velocity (E wave velocity) and the velocity of the septal (or lateral) mitral annulus as measured by tissue Doppler (the e’ wave velocity) can be used to estimate left atrial pressure on echocardiographic examination. An elevated E/e’ (more than 15 when using the septal mitral annular velocity) is an(More)
Background The ratio of the transmitral early inflow velocity (E wave) and the tissue Doppler mitral annular velocity (e’ wave) can be used to measure left atrial pressure on the echocardiographic examination. An elevated E/e’ (>15) on echo Doppler is an established measure of elevated LAP. Unlike echo, cardiac MRI (CMR) has no non-invasive measure of LAP.(More)
Background Echocardiographic examination is currently the gold standard for the non invasive assessment of diastolic dysfunction. Although strain is not load independent, studies have shown that systolic strain rates can assess myocardial contractility and are relatively load independent. It remains to be established if diastolic strain parameters correlate(More)
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