Percentile curves of normal values of echocardiographic measurements in normal children from the central-southern region of the State of São Paulo, Brazil.

@article{Bonatto2006PercentileCO,
  title={Percentile curves of normal values of echocardiographic measurements in normal children from the central-southern region of the State of S{\~a}o Paulo, Brazil.},
  author={Rossano C{\'e}sar Bonatto and Jos{\'e} Roberto Fioretto and Katashi Okoshi and Beatriz Bojikian Matsubara and Carlos Roberto Padovani and Thiago Colletti Remond Manfrin and Michelle de Farias Gobbi and R. S. Martino and Edson Ant{\^o}nio Bregagnollo},
  journal={Arquivos brasileiros de cardiologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={87 6},
  pages={711-21}
}
OBJECTIVE To asses the values of echocardiographic measurements in normal children without cardiopathy and to build percentile curves, relating them to the body surface (BS, m(2)). METHODS We analyzed M-mode echocardiographic measurements for children between one and 144 months of age. We assessed right ventricular diastolic diameter (RVDd, mm) and left ventricular diastolic diameter (LVDd, mm), LV systolic diameter (LVSd, mm), right ventricular outflow tract diameter (RVOT, mm), aortic… CONTINUE READING

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