four-chamber view

four-chamber view

An echocardiographic view that transects the heart approximately parallel with the anterior and posterior surfaces of the body, thus providing an image of all four chambers of the heart.
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With an apical four-chamber view as the starting point, the live 3-D imaging function is activated; the acquisition angle is adjusted to 72 degrees, and the volume is cropped along the z-axis to display the 3-D image of the four-chamber view.
MRI has a role in the measurement of accurate right and left ventricular volumes, he noted, and he suggested that a four-chamber view be used to detect wall-motion abnormalities.
It did not include a chapter describing the role of ultrasound in regional anaesthesia and gave only a very rudimentary description of echocardiography (which included an apical four-chamber view with the image inverted).
Providing maximum flexibility, the Infinix's C-arm can be deployed to the optimal position for any cardiac examination, including the steep angulations required for four-chamber view and spider view studies.
Anavekar and his associates to quantify right ventricular function using the apical, four-chamber view.
Providing maximum flexibility,d for four-chamber view and spider view studies.
A standardized nuchal thickness measurement and a four-chamber view, both taken on ultrasound at 14-24 weeks' gestation, were independent predictors of congenital heart defects and complemented each other to improve diagnostic accuracy in a study of 1,893 fetuses, Dr.
It had a dimension of 182 x 181 mm on apical four-chamber view (Fig.