Cardiovascular magnetic resonance feature-tracking assessment of myocardial mechanics: Intervendor agreement and considerations regarding reproducibility

@inproceedings{Schuster2015CardiovascularMR,
  title={Cardiovascular magnetic resonance feature-tracking assessment of myocardial mechanics: Intervendor agreement and considerations regarding reproducibility},
  author={Andreas Schuster and V.-C. Stahnke and Christina Unterberg-Buchwald and J. T. Kowallick and Pablo Lamata and Michael Steinmetz and Shelby Kutty and Martin Fasshauer and Wieland Staab and J M Sohns and Boris Bigalke and Christina Ritter and Gerd Hasenfuss and Philipp Beerbaum and Joachim Lotz},
  booktitle={Clinical radiology},
  year={2015}
}
AIM To assess intervendor agreement of cardiovascular magnetic resonance feature tracking (CMR-FT) and to study the impact of repeated measures on reproducibility. MATERIALS AND METHODS Ten healthy volunteers underwent cine imaging in short-axis orientation at rest and with dobutamine stimulation (10 and 20 μg/kg/min). All images were analysed three times using two types of software (TomTec, Unterschleissheim, Germany and Circle, cvi(42), Calgary, Canada) to assess global left ventricular… CONTINUE READING
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