Two-Dimensional Mapping of the Velocity Vector Distribution of the Intraventricular Blood Flow
In order to quantify the cardiac flow dynamics in a non-invasive manner, the method for two-dimensional mappings of the equi-velocity and equi-acceleration distribution has been developed in our laboratory during the past several years1,2In this report, 2-dimensional mapping of the flow velocity vector in the left ventricle and its usefulness in medical diagnosis is described.
KeywordsAcoustics Paci Aula
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- 1.A. Yamamoto, M. Tanaka, N. Endoh, K. Takahashi, H. Ohkawai, S. Ohtsuki, and M. Okujima, Two-dimensional mapping of the dynamic pressure distribution of the left ventricle, 2nd Internat. Congr. Cardiac Doppler, Kyoto, Japan (1986).Google Scholar
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