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Table 3 Distribution of left ventricular inflow blood for observer 1 at mid-diastole.

From: Volume Tracking: A new method for quantitative assessment and visualization of intracardiac blood flow from three-dimensional, time-resolved, three-component magnetic resonance velocity mapping

  Segment Apical Mid-ventricular Basal
Subject 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1         X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
2         X X X X X    X    X X   
3        X X X X X    X X    X    
4         X X   X X   X      X X X
5         X X X X    X   X X X X X X
6          X X   X X X X X X X X X X
7         X X   X X   X X   X X X   X
8         X X    X X X X X X X X X X
AA                    X   
  1. This table shows the distribution of the blood flowing into the left ventricle in the volunteers (1-8) and the patient (AA) at mid-diastole for observer 1. Observer 1 at end-diastole can be seen in Table 4. The results from both observers can be seen in Additional file 6: Distribution of LV inflow blood.xls. Inflow blood locations were determined using Volume Tracking visualizations of LV filling (see Figure 2) and the segment model described in Figure 3. This table shows observer 1 at mid-diastole. Each row in the table shows one of the subjects included in the study. Columns correspond to segments in the segment model in Figure 3. Each segment was marked with an 'X' if the inflow blood occupied 25% or more of the area of the segment.