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  • HEADLINE: HCM: Stepwise Doppler work-up clarifies...

    Copyright 2003 Heart Disease Weekly via NewsRx.com and NewsRx.net
    Heart Disease Weekly

    May 18, 2003

    SECTION: EXPANDED REPORTING; Pg. 34

    LENGTH: 280 words

    HEADLINE: CARDIOMYOPATHY: Stepwise Doppler work-up clarifies the underlying
    hemodynamic mechanisms

    BODY:
    Stepwise Doppler work-up clarifies the underlying hemodynamic mechanisms of
    hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

    According to recent research published in the Echocardiography-a Journal of
    Cardiovascular Ultrasound and Allied Techniques, "A case of hypertrophic
    cardiomyopathy is presented with a restrictive mitral filling pattern but
    predominant systolic pulmonary vein flow velocities.

    "A stepwise Doppler work-up including color M-mode, Doppler tissue imaging of
    the mitral annulus velocity and loading manipulations could clarify the
    underlying hemodynamic mechanisms," wrote B.R. Paelinck and colleagues,
    University Hospital Antwerp, Department of Cardiology.

    The researchers concluded: "The Doppler data were correlated with invasive
    measurements."

    Paelinck and colleagues published their study in Echocardiography-a Journal
    of Cardiovascular Ultrasound and Allied Techniques (Doppler estimation of
    filling pressures in a patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Echocardiogr-j
    Cardiovasc Ult, 2003;20(2):163-165).

    For additional information, contact B.R. Paelinck, University Hospital
    Antwerp, Department Cardiology, Wilrijkstr 10, B-2650 Edegem, Belgium.

    The publisher's contact information for the Echocardiography-a Journal of
    Cardiovascular Ultrasound and Allied Techniques is: Futura Publishing Co., 135
    Bedford Rd., PO Box 418, Armonk, NY 10504-0418, USA.

    The information in this article comes under the major subject areas of
    Cardiology and Echocardiography.

    This article was prepared by Heart Disease Weekly editors from staff and
    other reports.

    http://www.NewsRx.net

    LOAD-DATE: May 9, 2003
    Thanks, Tim
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