long axis view

long ax·is view

in echocardiography or magnetic resonance imaging of the heart, a projection parallel to the ventricular axis and perpendicular to the interventricular septum of the heart; four-chamber view.
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LV dimensions and LVEF were measured in parasternal long axis view, and TAPSE of the RV lateral wall was measured in apical four-chamber view, all of them were acquired by M-mode.[8]
Parasternal long axis view of transthoracic echocardiogram showing large circumferential pericardial effusion with evidence for tamponade physiology.
When visualised in parasternal, long axis view and short axis view can give an idea of being enlarged and impaired, but this can be misleading due to observer variability.
On echocardiography in left parasternal long axis view demonstrated enlarged left atrium with doming of Anterior Mitral leaflet and restricted Posterior Mitral leaflet mobility with trivial Mitral regurgitation and characteristic hockey stick appearance of anterior mitral leaflet.
Severely increased interventricular septum is seen at TTE parasternal long axis view
An in-plane imaging approach is not usually used for CVC insertion because the simultaneous visualisation of the needle and vein is difficult with an in-plane approach; a long axis view where a vein is imaged longitudinally.
Just because you can image a single frozen long axis view of something linear and white (that is, echogenic) does not mean that it is an endometrial echo that should be relied upon.
Rose's proposed exam consists of three ultrasound views: a right upper quadrant view, the same as is used for a focused assessment with sonography for trauma, or FAST, examination; a cardiac assessment with a subxiphoid or parasternal long axis view; and an abdominal view.
For measuring the depth of tears, US probe must be switched to long axis view once the tubercle sulcus has been found on short-axis view.[sup][4] In our study, 81.3% of the cases with the distance between the location of the tear and the frontal area of the supraspinatus and greater tuberosity insertion point were between 2.4 mm and 13.7 mm, with an average distance of 6.1 [+ or -] 2.1 mm.
Anteriorposterior (short axis) of mitral valve annulus was obtained by parasternal long axis view. The posterior annulus was located at the junction of leaflet and the left atrium, and the anterior annulus was located at the junction of left atrium and the aortic root.
The parasternal long axis view shows an aortic mass attached to the aortic valve
Transthoracic echocardiographic examination revealed a mild mitral regurgitation and an outpouching located at posterior wall on parasternal long axis view (Video 1.