publication . Article . 2017

FALSE TENDONS IN THE LEFT VENTRICLE

Blyakhman, F. A.; Zinovieva, Y. A.; Mekhdieva, K. R.; Naydich, A. M.; Sokolov, S. Y.; Timokhina, V. E.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: Russian Journal of Cardiology (issn: 1560-4071, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Silicea - Poligraf, LLC
  • Country: Russian Federation
Abstract
Aim. To find out the close mean-end relations of the false tendons (FT) topology in the left ventricle (LV), regional and global heart functioning, including its ability to endure exertion. Material and methods. Totally, 90 healthy young persons included (48 females), age 20,2±2,9 y. o., actively participating in sports. Connective tissue dysplasia was confirmed according to National guidelines on Diagnostics and management of inherited connective tissues disorders (2012). The routine echocardiographic study was done with further digital processing and 3D modelling of the LV with regional myocardium function assessment. The ability of the heart to adapt exertion...
Subjects
free text keywords: Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine, connective tissue dysplasy syndrome, left ventricle, false tendons, global and regional myocardial function, mechanic asynchronicity, physical exertion, functional myocardium reserve, CONNECTIVE TISSUE DYSPLASY SYNDROME, FALSE TENDONS, FUNCTIONAL MYOCARDIUM RESERVE, GLOBAL AND REGIONAL MYOCARDIAL FUNCTION, LEFT VENTRICLE, MECHANIC ASYNCHRONICITY, PHYSICAL EXERTION, ADULT, ARTICLE, CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE, ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY, ENDURANCE, EXERCISE TEST, FEMALE, HEART FUNCTION, HEART LEFT VENTRICLE, HUMAN, HUMAN EXPERIMENT, MALE, NORMAL HUMAN, Multifactorial analysis, Ventricle, medicine.anatomical_structure, medicine, Longitudinal axis, Physical therapy, medicine.medical_specialty, Physical exercise, Connective tissue dysplasia, Global structure, Cardiology, business.industry, business, High variability, Internal medicine, Exertion, Diagnostico diferencial, Thrombosis, medicine.disease, Ventricule gauche, Heart disease, lcsh:Diseases of the circulatory (Cardiovascular) system, lcsh:RC666-701
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