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Trabeculation, myocardial function linked via cardiac MRI

12:12 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Excess greater left ventricle (LV) trabeculation is associated with decreased average regional myocardial function, measured by myocardial strain. A team of researchers, examining MRIs of 1,123 individuals, found that average regional LV function was worse in those with greater LV trabeculation.

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