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Fiber orientation in the canine left ventricle during diastole and systole.

Streeter DD Jr, Spotnitz HM, Patel DP, Ross J Jr, Sonnenblick EH.

Circ Res. 1969 Mar;24(3):339-47. No abstract available.

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Geodesics as a mechanically optimal fiber geometry for the left ventricle.

Horowitz A, Perl M, Sideman S.

Basic Res Cardiol. 1993;88 Suppl 2:67-74.

PMID:
8147836
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Diastolic geometry and sarcomere lengths in the chronically dilated canine left ventricle.

Ross J Jr, Sonnenblick EH, Taylor RR, Spotnitz HM, Covell JW.

Circ Res. 1971 Jan;28(1):49-61. No abstract available.

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The architecture of the heart in systole and diastole. Technique of rapid fixation and analysis of left ventricular geometry.

Ross J Jr, Sonnenblick EH, Covell JW, Kaiser G, Spiro D.

Circ Res. 1967 Oct;21(4):409-21. No abstract available.

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Ventricular size and shape by two-dimensional echocardiography.

Weiss JL, Eaton LW, Maughan WL, Brinker JA, Bulkley B, Guzman P, Yin FC.

Fed Proc. 1981 May 15;40(7):2031-6.

PMID:
7227558
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Canine left ventricular mass estimation by two-dimensional echocardiography.

Schiller NB, SkiƓldebrand CG, Schiller EJ, Mavroudis CC, Silverman NH, Rahimtoola SH, Lipton MJ.

Circulation. 1983 Jul;68(1):210-6.

PMID:
6851047
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Left ventricular dynamic geometry in the intact and open chest dog.

Walley KR, Grover M, Raff GL, Benge JW, Hannaford B, Glantz SA.

Circ Res. 1982 Apr;50(4):573-89.

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Influence of atrial systole on the Frank-Starling relation and the end-diastolic pressure-diameter relation of the left ventricle.

Linderer T, Chatterjee K, Parmley WW, Sievers RE, Glantz SA, Tyberg JV.

Circulation. 1983 May;67(5):1045-53.

PMID:
6831669
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The ultrastructure of the heart in systole and diastole. Chantes in sarcomere length.

Sonnenblick EH, Ross J Jr, Covell JW, Spotnitz HM, Spiro D.

Circ Res. 1967 Oct;21(4):423-31. No abstract available.

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Left ventricular dilatation and diastolic compliance changes during chronic volume overloading.

McCullagh WH, Covell JW, Ross J Jr.

Circulation. 1972 May;45(5):943-51. No abstract available.

PMID:
5020808
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Initiation of ventricular extrasystoles by myocardial stretch in chronically dilated and failing canine left ventricle.

Wang Z, Taylor LK, Denney WD, Hansen DE.

Circulation. 1994 Oct;90(4):2022-31.

PMID:
7522991
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Delineation of normal human left ventricular twist throughout systole by tagged cine magnetic resonance imaging.

Lorenz CH, Pastorek JS, Bundy JM.

J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2000;2(2):97-108.

PMID:
11545133
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Effects of age-related changes in cavity size, wall thickness and heart rate on left ventricular function in normal children.

St John Sutton MG, Reichek N, Marier DL, Oldershaw PJ, Sacchetti R, Gibson DG.

Ultrasound Med Biol. 1983;Suppl 2:305-7.

PMID:
6545736
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[Echocardiography in the study of left ventricular function].

Roudaut R, Gosse P, Dallocchio M.

Ann Cardiol Angeiol (Paris). 1984 Jan;33(1):1-10. French.

PMID:
6696382
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The acoustic characteristics of the left ventricle.

Koiwa Y, Hashiguchi R, Isoyama S, Satoh S, Suzuki H, Takishima T, Ni-ino H.

Tohoku J Exp Med. 1982 Jul;137(3):345-6.

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