Feasibility of asymmetric stretch assessment in the ascending aortic wall with DENSE cardiovascular magnetic resonance

@inproceedings{Haraldsson2014FeasibilityOA,
  title={Feasibility of asymmetric stretch assessment in the ascending aortic wall with DENSE cardiovascular magnetic resonance},
  author={Henrik Haraldsson and Michael D. Hope and Gabriel Acevedo-Bolton and Elaine E. Tseng and Xiaodong Zhong and F. H. Epstein and Liang Ge and David Saloner},
  booktitle={Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundVessel diameter is the principal imaging parameter assessed clinically for aortic disease, but adverse events can occur at normal diameters. Aortic stiffness has been studied as an additional imaging-based risk factor, and has been shown to be an independent predictor of cardiovascular morbidity and all-cause mortality. Reports suggest that some aortic pathology is asymmetric around the vessel circumference, a feature which would not be identified with current imaging approaches. We… CONTINUE READING
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