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Figure 2. From: Regional myocardial function after intracoronary bone marrow cell injection in reperfused anterior wall infarction - a cardiovascular magnetic resonance tagging study.

Bull's eye plots over baseline LGE and strain in the 16 LV segments model. 2 a: Average infarct involvement (percent) in each segment (n = 448). 2 b: Average strain (percent) in each segment (n = 402). Negative strain values indicate myocardial shortening, and a strain value with amplitude higher than -14% is considered normal.

Einar Hopp, et al. J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2011;13(1):22-22.
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Figure 1. From: Regional myocardial function after intracoronary bone marrow cell injection in reperfused anterior wall infarction - a cardiovascular magnetic resonance tagging study.

Baseline apical tagging analysis in a 49 year old male patient in the mBMC group. Upper part: The curves represent strain in the apical segments, analyzed with HARP software from a short axis CMR tagging sequence. The vertical box represents the end systolic frame (F6). There is almost normal function in the lateral wall, dysfunction in the inferior wall, while septum and the anterior wall are almost akinetic with possible post-systolic contraction. Note increasing noise during diastolic frames, due to T1 relaxation of the tagged myocardium. Lower part: Left: Short axis apical LGE image with hyperintensity in the anterior wall, septum and part of the inferior wall. Mid and right: Short axis apical end diastolic (mid) and end systolic (right) tagging images with application of the semi-automatically traced lines from HARP software. Circumferential mid-wall end systolic strain was calculated from deformation of the orange mid-wall line.

Einar Hopp, et al. J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2011;13(1):22-22.

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