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Three-Dimensional Echocardiography - Principles and Promises

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2002; 5 (2): 149-152

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3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 1: Three-dimensional reconstruction of the mitral valve (left) as seen from the left atrium. An anatomical specimen for comparison is shown on the right.


Keywords: 3D3DechocardiographyEchokardiographieMitral valveMitralklappeReconstructionRekonstruktion
 
 
3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 2: Patient with a partial flail leaflet as seen during mitral valve repair. 3D-Echo is able to demonstrate the location and morphology on the defect (arrow).


Keywords: 3D3DechocardiographyEchokardiographieMitral valveMitralklappeReconstructionRekonstruktion
 
 
3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 3: Three-dimensional reconstruction of a patient with mitral stenosis, morphologic features such as doming of the anterior leaflet and commissural fusion can be noticed. In addition, quantification of mitral valve area can be performed.


Keywords: 3D3DechocardiographyEchokardiographieMitral valveMitralklappeStenoseStenosis
 
 
3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 4: Dissection of the descending aorta. The true lumen is separated from the false lumen by an intima flap.


Keywords: 3D3DAorta descendensAorta descendensdissectionDissektionechocardiographyEchokardiographieIntimaIntima
 
 
3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 5: Three-dimensional analysis of left ventricular function allows computation of global and regional ejection fraction (bottom) and the three-dimensional display of the ventricle (top panel).


Keywords: 3D3DAuswurffraktionechocardiographyEchokardiographieEjection fractionEjektionFunctionFunktionventricleVentrikel
 
 
3D-Echokardiographie
Figure 6: Model of the mitral valve (in a patient with mitral stenosis) created from a 3-dimensional dataset using stereolithography.


Keywords: 3D3DEchokardiographieEchokardiographieMitral valveMitralklappeStenoseStenosisStereolithographieStereolithography
 
 
 
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