Cardiac doppler diagnosis
Cardiac doppler diagnosis
（Developments in cardiovascular medicine, v. 29）
M. Nijhoff , Distributors for the U.S. and Canada Kluwer Boston, 1983-1986
Includes bibliographical references and index
 ISBN 9780898385915
Historical Perspectives.- 1. Current clinical applications of Doppler: A local perspective on a developing field.- 2. History of pulse and echo Doppler ultrasound in Japan.- Physical Principles and Instrumentation.- 3. The physics of Doppler ultrasound and its measurement instrumentation.- 4. Combination of ultrasonic 2D-echo amplitude imaging and Doppler measurements.- 5. Doppler measurement in heart chambers and ascending aorta: Comparing single and multi-channel systems.- 6. An imaging gate pulse Doppler for examination of coronary bypass graft patency.- Cardiac Output and Coronary Flow.- 7. Ventricular ejection dynamics.- 8. Convenient monitoring of cardiac output and global left ventricular function by transcutaneous aortovelography - An effective alternative to cardiac output measurements.- 9. Continuous measurement of cardiac output with an ultrasonic catheter.- 10. Usefulness of Doppler catheters in assessment of coronary artery blood flow.- Mitral Flow and Ventricular Function.- 11. The cardiac cycle: mitral flow and valve motion.- 12. Relations between transmitral flow and ventricular relaxation: a study by pulsed Doppler flowmetry.- 13. Analysis of diastolic behavior of the left ventricle on dynamic exercise by pulse Doppler combined with 2-D Echocardiograph.- Continuous Wave and Pulse Wave Doppler in Acquired and Congenital Heart Lesions.- 14. Hemodynamic principles for cardiac Doppler diagnosis.- 15. Cardiac diagnosis using continuous wave Doppler and a true spectral display.- 16. CW Doppler with spectral analysis in acquired valve disease.- 17. Fundamentals of Doppler echocardiography featuring an independent CW and pulsed system.- 18. Comparison of continuous and pulsed Doppler in diagnosis of mitral and aortic stenosis in adults.- 19. Maximal blood flow velocities and assessment of obstructions with pulsed and continuous wave Doppler.- 20. Measurement of high blood flow velocity at depth, using a pulsed Doppler system: noninvasive estimation of pressure gradients.- 21. Pulsed Doppler echocardiographic quantification of Left-to-right shunts in children with isolated ventricular septal defect.- 22. Multigate Doppler visualization of intracardiac flow disturbances in congenital heart disease.- Valve Regurgitations and Turbulence Detection.- 23. Noninvasive estimation of pulmonary artery pressure by Doppler ultrasound in tricuspid regurgitation.- 24. Diagnosis of tricuspid regurgitation. A comparison between pulsed Doppler, jugular vein and liver pulse recordings, contrast echocardiography and angiography.- 25. Assessment of tricuspid regurgitation by two-dimensional Doppler echocardiography.- 26. Analysis of mitral regurgitation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy by two-dimensional Doppler echocardiography.- 27. Non-invasive visualization and estimation of severity of aortic regurgitation by multigated pulsed Doppler technique.- 28. A new Doppler approach for quanitation of left sided regurgitation.- 29. A new index for evaluating blood flow disturbance (non-uniformity index) by a pulsed Doppler flowmeter.- 30. Colour visualization of two-dimensional distribution of intracardiac flow abnormalities by multigate Doppler technique.- 31. Determination of the source of musical heart murmur using two-dimensional Doppler echocardiography.- Two-Dimensional Echo with Doppler and Prosthetic Valves.- 32. Combined 2D-echo and Doppler compared to Doppler without imaging. Assessment of prosthetic valves.- 33. Quantification of flow obstruction in mitral stenosis and prosthetic mitral valves with Doppler ultrasound.- 8. Pulsed and continuous wave Doppler for evaluation of mitral and aortic St. Jude prosthetic valves.- Index of Subjects.
2 ISBN 9780898387674
Preface.- List of contributors.- 1. A history of echocardiography.- 2. Physics for ultrasonic diagnosis.- 3. Time interval histogram - An alternative in the detection of the maximum velocity in the heart.- 4. Velocity profiles in the aortic arch and Doppler determination of cardiac output: The normal and the pathological.- 5. Influence of the geometry of the ascending aorta upon the velocity profile.- 6. Convenient monitoring of cardiac output and global left ventricular function by transcutaneous aortovelography - an update.- 7. Exercise Doppler cardiography.- 8. Value of real-time two-dimensional Doppler flow imaging in cardiology.- 9. Development of real-time two-dimensional Doppler echocardiography and its clinical significance.- 10. Quantification of heart valve regurgitation by jet intrusion.- 11. Quantitative evaluation of aortic and mitral stenosis by continuous wave Doppler echocardiography.- 12. A new approach to noninvasive estimation of stenotic orifice area in semilunar valve stenosis by Doppler echocardiography.- 13. Evaluation of left ventricular diastolic filling by a pulse Doppler flowmeter in patients with coronary artery disease.- 14. Assessment of left ventricular end-diastolic pressure by Doppler velocity analysis across the mitral valve.- 15. Doppler echocardiography in congestive cardiomyopathy and heart failure.- 16. Effects of diltiazem on left ventricular diastolic behavior in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: Education with exercise pulse Doppler echocardiography.- 17. The disturbance of left ventricular inflow by prolapsing and non- prolapsing left atrial myxoma: Estimation with pulse Doppler echocardiography.- 18. Evaluation the fetal circulation by combined pulsed Doppler and 2-D echocardiography.- 19. Application of multigate pulsed Doppler systems in congential heart disease.- 20. Assessment of systemic to pulmonary artery anastomoses by pulsed Doppler echocardiography.
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