Patients with dilated cardiomyopathy (a fractional shortening of <25% and left ventricular internal dimension >112% of predicted, according to Henry's formula) or patients with left ventricular dysfunction (a fractional shortening of <25% and normal ventricular dimensions) were included in the study.
What does LVID stand for?
LVID stands for Left Ventricular Internal Dimension
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- Lehigh Valley Ice Arena (Pennsylvania)
- Lehigh Valley International Airport
- Lietuvos Valstybinis Istorijos Archyvas (Lithuanian: Lithuanian State Historical Archive; Vilnius, Lithuania)
- Lehigh Valley Interscholastic Athletic Conference
- Left Ventricular Isotonic Contraction (cardiology)
- Liverpool Victoria Insurance Company (UK)
- Low Vision Information Center (Bethesda, MD)
- Low Voltage Integrated Circuit (electronics)
- Las Vegas Internet Chamber of Commerce
- Langell Valley Irrigation District (Bonanza, OR)
- Logical Volume Integrity Descriptor (OSTA universal disk format)
- Left Ventricular Internal Dimension-Diastole
- Left Ventricular Internal Dimension In Systole
- Large Vehicle Improvised Explosive Device
- Liverpool Victoria Investment Funds (Bournemouth, England, UK)
- Las Vegas Industrial Goth (Nevada)
- Lighting and Video Integrated for High Definition
- Low Voltage Indicator Lamp
- Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine (Lakeland, FL)
- Left Ventricular Index Mass
Samples in periodicals archive:
A transthoracic echocardiogram revealed normal right and left ventricular internal dimensions, and preserved right and left ventricular systolic function and a small pericardial effusion.
Left ventricular dimensions were measured from M-mode images by the leading-edge technique, which included interventricular septal thickness at end diastole, posterior wall thickness at end diastole, and left ventricular internal dimension at end diastole.