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Table 2 Comparison of absolute (not body surface area-indexed) left ventricular parameters assessed by two ventricular segmentation methods

From: Quantification of mitral regurgitation in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy using aortic and pulmonary flow data: impacts of left ventricular outflow tract obstruction and different left ventricular segmentation methods

  HCM patients (n = 143) Control subjects (n = 15)
Trabeculations and papillary muscles included in the blood pool (incl) Trabeculations and papillary muscles excluded from the blood pool (excl) p Trabeculations and papillary muscles included in the blood pool (incl) Trabeculations and papillary muscles excluded from the blood pool (excl) p
LVEDV (ml) 182.0 (157.0–204.0) 122.0 (103.0–137.0) < 0.0001 198.0 (160.2–210.5) 147.0 (118.2–164.0) 0.0001
LVESV (ml) 64.0 (52.0–79.0) 27.0 (21.0–34.7) < 0.0001 62.0 (53.7–82.2) 37.0 (27.5–49.7) 0.0001
LVSV (ml) 115.0 (97.3–129.0) 90.0 (78.0–105.0) < 0.0001 119.0 (104.7–137.5) 103.0 (86.0–109.2) 0.0001
LVEF (%) 63.7 (60.1–67.5) 77.0 (72.0–82.0) < 0.0001 64.0 (61.3–69.1) 73.0 (68.3–76.5) 0.0001
LVM (g) 152.0 (119.2–198.0) 214.0 (170.8–274.7) < 0.0001 123.0 (95.5–141.2) 168.0 (138.0–199.2) 0.0001
  1. Data are presented as medians with interquartile ranges
  2. EDV end-diastolic volume, EF ejection fraction, ESV end-systolic volume, LV left ventricular, LVM left ventricular mass