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Table 1 Normal Reference Values for Right and Left Ventricular Parameters by CMR

From: Derivation of consolidated normal reference values for right and left ventricular quantification by cardiac magnetic resonance using a novel meta-analytic approach

Parameter Studies Subjects Lower Limit Mean Value Upper Limit
LVEDVI 123 5730 53 (51,56) 76 (75,78) 99 (96,101)
LVESVI 96 4831 15 (14,16) 28 (27,28) 40 (39,41)
LVSVI 70 4020 35 (33,37) 49 (48,50) 63 (61,65)
LVEF 220 8416 53 (53,54) 64 (63,64) 74 (73,75)
LVMI 127 6182 39 (36,41) 57 (55,59) 75 (72,77)
RVEDVI 65 2077 57 (53,61) 82 (80,85) 108 (104,111)
RVESVI 56 1688 20 (17,22) 35 (33,36) 49 (47,52)
RVSVI 39 1201 33 (30,36) 47 (46,49) 62 (59,64)
RVEF 83 2360 47 (45,48) 58 (57,59) 69 (67,70)
RVMI 28 993 13 (11,16) 20 (18,22) 27 (24,29)
  1. * If papillary muscle were vs. were not traced, upper limit was 79 vs. 66 for LVMI and 35 vs. 19 for RVMI, respectively. Parentheses denote 95% confidence intervals surrounding point estimates. Abbreviations: LV, left ventricle; RV, right ventricle; EDVI, end diastolic volume index (mL/m2); ESVI, end systolic volume index (mL/m2); SVI, stroke volume index (mL/m2); EF, ejection fraction (%); MI, mass index (g/m2).