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LV-Funktion

  • Harald Becher
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Zusammenfassung

Mit intravenös verabreichten Ultraschallkontrastmitteln wird eine sehr gute Abgrenzung des LV-Kavums erreicht, wodurch die Variabilität der echokardiografischen Volumen- und EF-Bestimmung erheblich reduziert wird. Das Kapitel enthält klinisch bewährte Untersuchungsprotokolle mit detaillierten Anleitungen für optimale Registrierungen und Auswertungen. Die Krankheitsbilder, bei denen eine genaue Quantifizierung der LV-Volumina und EF mittels Kontrastechokardiografie klinisch erforderlich ist, werden besprochen. Außerdem werden der Nutzen von Ultraschallkontrastmitteln sowie die geeigneten Untersuchungsprotokolle bei einer Reihe von Pathologien des linken Ventrikels dargestellt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Harald Becher
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  1. 1.ABACUS-0A8.32Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute ABACUS-0A8.32EdmontonKanada

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