The cardiac systolic functions show you the current state of the heart, all based on the volumetrics. Additional deeper insights in the heart’s function can be gathered via the (global) deformation of the heart, via (regional) inward wall displacement, and intraventricular pressure gradients of the left ventricle.
Assess the left and right ventricular function and mass via the automatically derived AI contours with either SAX or LAX images. Choose to include or exclude the papillary muscle and compare results with the normal values. Additionally regional results can be obtained.
The left ventricle strain derived from feature tracking can be measured in either long axis planes or short axis slices to get the strain in longitudinal, circumferential, and radial direction. The strain values can be obtained globally for an overall view and regionally to determine if the heart is focal or globally affected.
The right ventricle longitudinal strain by feature tracking is obtained from the 4-chamber view. The strain values can be obtained globally for an overall view and/or differentiate between septum and free wall values for a regional assessment all for a good differential diagnosis and for evaluating the progression and severity of diseases.
Longitudinal strain in both atria based on feature tracking is obtained from regular cine images. Next to global results also a differentiation can be made between left, right, and the roof of the atria for more regional assessment all for a good differential diagnosis and for evaluating the progression and severity of diseases.
Assess the regional left ventricular function in a revolutionary way by combining the feature tracking and centerline model. This inward displacement value describes the inward motion and the contractility. The insights from this contribute to diagnosing focal diseases like amyloidosis and defining the location of the myocardial infarction.
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