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Left Ventricular Flow
Right Ventricular Flow
Fully oxygenated left atrial flow enters the left ventricle and forms complex subvalvular vortices. Vortex formation time and size appears to be related to ventricular geometry and valve function. During systole, flow exiting the ventricle enters the aortic root at high velocity towards the arch.
Right ventricular hemodynamics visualized using 3D phase contrast magnetic resonance imaging ("4D Flow"). Venous return to the heart (red) enters the right atrium and descends through the tricuspid valve into the right ventricle. Right ventricular flow (yellow) leaves the right heart through the pulmonary valve to enter the pulmonary artery. Main pulmonary arterial flow (green) enters the pulmonary braches (blue).
Structural Heart Imaging
Short Axis Cine Magnetic Resonance Imaging
3D Strain Imaging
Scar and Borderzone Biochemical & Molecular Imaging
T1rho Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Imaging Methods: A Summary
Table 1: MRI imaging capabilities and new developments in the Gorman Cardiovascular Research Group