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Table 3 Ventricular volume measurements at 0.55 T and 1.5 T

From: A comparison of cine CMR imaging at 0.55 T and 1.5 T

 0.55 T cine1.5 T cineP value
LVEDV (mL)171.0 (144.8–224.5)173.0 (144.8–222.5)0.77
LVESV (mL)73.2 (60.2–105.0)70.7 (56.9–108.3)0.13
LVED mass (g)100.0 (79.5–127.8)100 (78.8–128.5)0.72
LVES mass (g)103.0 (82.7–138.3)103.0 (81.3–134.5)0.08
LVSV (mL)96.8 (83.1–110.5)97.5 (82.6–113.0)0.28
LVEF (%)55.8 (52.2–59.6)56.0 (51.7–61.1)0.07
RVEDV (mL)158.0 (134.0–173.3)160.0 (133.8–185.3)0.17
RVESV (mL)67.8 (54.8–76.4)67.5 (56.6–77.2)0.10
RVSV (mL)91.2 (78.0–101.3)92.2 (75.0–104.5)0.97
RVEF (%)57.0 (54.0–62.0)58.0 (54.0–61.0)0.93
  1. Comparison of LV and RV end-diastole volume, end-systolic volume, end-diastolic mass, end-systolic mass, stroke volume and ejection fraction calculated by breath-held or free-breathing re-binned cine at both 0.55 T and 1.5 T field strengths; EDV end diastolic volume, EF ejection fraction, ESV end systolic volume, LV left ventricular, RV right ventricular