Right Ventricular Growth in Normal Infants and Children: Its Assessment through Simple Angiographic Parameters, Normal Values, and Correlations
The right ventricle (RV) grows during the first years of life, but it can be difficult to find adequate data to quantify this fact by angiography. Several series have been reported, showing a good correlation between normal RV volumes and body surface area (BSA) in children.
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