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By Hideaki Senzaki, Satoshi Yasukochi

This booklet comprehensively covers the newest information regarding ventricular–vascular morphology and serve as in congenital middle affliction (CHD) assessed through a variety of leading edge methodologies.

Anatomical (morphological) abnormalities in CHD are mostly observed with irregular loading stipulations, which, in flip, reason ventricular and vascular sensible impairments. The sensible impairments can also exist independently of the anatomical abnormalities. those (morphological and useful abnormalities) importantly have interaction to figure out underlying pathophysiology and generate scientific signs in CHD. hence, targeted and exact overview of morphology and serve as is key to raised comprehend and deal with this ailment. fresh advances in expertise have supplied important instruments for this objective, and novel findings are collecting. the knowledge contained the following will offer researchers and clinicians with necessary wisdom during this field.

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This imaging data is proton density-weighted acquired volume isotropic T2-weighted voxel data which can be extracted from any angle cut-plane images of intracardiac anatomy as a fine black-blood angiography. This protocol is also called as 3D volume isotropic T2-weighted acquisition: VISTA (Fig. 3) [5]. This black-blood protocol is very useful to visualize the intracardiac morphology or vessel wall if there is a significant flow-void lesion like stenosis or regurgitation to cause a signal loss by dephasing in a gradient-echo sequence.

5 Isolated mitral valve cleft. En face images of a mitral valve at the closed (a) and opened (b) positions obtained using transesophageal three-dimensional echocardiography. The arrow indicates the mitral valve cleft. AO aorta an isolated form and is usually associated with an atrioventricular septal defect, ventricular septal defect, truncus arteriosus, pulmonary stenosis, coarctation or interruption of the aortic arch, a bicuspid aortic valve, tetralogy of Fallot, or Ebstein’s anomaly. A partial atrioventricular septal defect is most commonly seen, accounting for 41 % of associated anomalous lesions.

Asterisks indicate the left and right fibrous trigone. (b) Fibrous continuity of the mitral and aortic valve. Arrows indicate fibrous continuity of the anterior mitral leaflet and aortic valve. AL anterior leaflet, ALPM anterolateral papillary muscle, L left coronary cusp, LA left atrium, LT left trigone, LVOT left ventricular outflow tract, N noncoronary cusp, PFO patent foramen ovale, PL posterior leaflet, PMPM posteromedial papillary muscle, R right coronary cusp, S strut chordae Fig. 2 An en face image of a normal mitral valve by three-dimensional echocardiography.

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