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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics at acute presentation

From: Current T1 and T2 mapping techniques applied with simple thresholds cannot discriminate acute from chronic myocadial infarction on an individual patient basis: a pilot study

Number 1-, 2-, or 3-Vessel disease Culprit lesion Peak CK [U/l] Peak Troponine T [ng/l] LV-EF [%] LV-EDV-I [ml/cm] LV-M-I [g/cm]
1 2 RD 1026 1656 69 0.8 0.8
2 3 LAD 149 1122 30 1.0 0.9
3 1 LAD 1696 1280 68 1.0 0.9
4 1 LAD 46 834 38 1.2 0.9
5 2 RM 4102 9017 58 1.1 0.9
6 1 RCA 3658 3239 54 1.0 0.6
7 1 RCA 1900 3749 51 1.3 1.3
8 1 RCA 3020 5304 45 1.0 0.8
  1. RD = diagonal branch, LAD = left anterior descending, RM = obtuse marginal branch, RCA = right coronary artery; LV-EF = left ventricular ejection fraction; LV-EDV-I = left ventricular enddiastolic volume indexed by body height; LV-M-I = left ventricular mass indexed by body height