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Table 1 Differences in RV volume and function

From: Pressure overloaded right ventricles: importance of trabeculae in evaluation of RV function by CMR

   PH (mean±SD) ASO (mean±SD) TOF (mean±SD) Atrial switch (mean±SD) Controls (mean±SD)
RVEDV (ml/m2) Method 1
Method 2
117.4 ± 31.8
105.1 ± 28.4*
98.7 ± 22.6
87.8 ± 20.4*
98.7 ± 22.6
87.8 ± 20.4*
139.9 ± 33.6
110.7 ± 28.7*
96.9 ± 18.9
91.2 ± 17.8*
RVESV (ml/m2) Method 1
Method 2
75.4 ± 30.0
62.7 ± 25.9*
49.4 ± 12.9
38.8 ± 10.8*
85.5 ± 27.8
63.7 ± 23.2*
85.9 ± 26.2
57.1 ± 21.7*
47.5 ± 11.5
41.6 ± 10.5*
SV (ml/m2) Method 1
Method 2
42.0 ± 7.9
42.4 ± 8.0**
49.3 ± 11.7
49.1 ± 11.5
61.5 ± 19.4
61.0 ± 19.6**
54.0 ± 14.9
53.6 ± 14.7
49.4 ± 8.6
49.6 ± 8.6
RV mass (gr/m2) Method 1
Method 2
18.5 ± 5.5
31.4 ± 9.8*
19.1 ± 4.8
30.5 ± 7.0*
25.4 ± 7.1
48.7 ± 12.3*
43.3 ± 9.1
73.9 ± 15.4*
13.0 ± 3.0
19.0 4.2*
RVEF (%) Method 1
Method 2
37.2 ± 8.5
41.9 ± 9.1*
50.0 ± 5.0
56.0 ± 5.2*
42.1 ± 6.9
49.4 ± 12.3*
39.2 ± 7.8
49.3 ± 9.7*
51.3 ± 3.8
54.7 ± 4.1*
  1. Difference in RV volumes and function after exclusion of trabeculae from the blood volume. All volumetric data are indexed for body surface area. *p < 0,001 using paired Student's T-test; ** p < 0.05 using paired Student's T-test