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The 3d left ventricular geometry integrated in myocardial wall stress estimation is more sensitive than end diastolic mass/volume ratio to characterize afterload-related left ventricular remodeling

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inserm-00663674 , version 1 (27-01-2012)

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Nadjia Kachenoura, Marion Sénési, Carine Defrance, Emilie Bollache, Ludivine Perdrix, et al.. The 3d left ventricular geometry integrated in myocardial wall stress estimation is more sensitive than end diastolic mass/volume ratio to characterize afterload-related left ventricular remodeling. 2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint Scientific Sessions, Feb 2011, Nice, France. pp.P8. ⟨inserm-00663674⟩
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