[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] In retrospective analysis, note early myocardial retained Gadolinium in the short axis CINE SSFP acquisition (Figure 1), corresponding to regions of abnormal DHE.
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SAX stands for Short Axis (echocardiography)
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[FIGURE 4 OMITTED] A CMR radiological investigation typically involves the following MRI sequences: * coronal and axial black-blood fast spin echo sequence for assessing extra-cardiac abnormalities * a short axis 'stack' of cine bSSFP images to assess myocardial function; about a dozen slices are acquired, spanning the entire heart from the base to the apex * two- and four-chamber cine bSSFP images to assess myocardial function and valvular function * short- and long-axis inversion recovery delayed-enhancement sequences to identify infarcted myocardial tissue * short- and long-axis T1-weighted images may be added to investigate the distribution of intramyocardial fat * short- and long-axis T2-weighted images may be added for distinguishing oedema.
Central venous catheter with ultrasound guidance is often performed with a short axis view of the vein and an out-of-plane approach of the needle.
12), initially the short axis increases, but later it starts decreasing (Fig.
The simulations focus principally on the respective effects of the shear friction factor, the die entry radius, the die height and the length of the die's short axis on the thickness, effective stress, effective strain and critical damage characteristics of the formed sheet.
This orientation is favorable for two reasons: (1) aesthetically, it creates a smoother transition from the tip-defining points to the alar lobule, and (2) functionally, if the lateral crura are nearly perpendicular to the septum, the scroll no longer acts as a hinge and it is difficult for the forces of inspiration to compress the cartilage along its short axis.