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Figure 5

From: Heart Disease and Left Ventricular Rotation – A Systematic Review and Quantitative Summary

Figure 5

Dilated cardiomyopathy - Average percent difference in left ventricular peak systolic apical rotation (Range: Control; 5.4 to 15.8, Patients; 0.1 to 5.9 degrees),[7, 30, 34, 36, 5861] peak systolic basal rotation (Range: Control; -2.6 to −7.1, Patients; -3.2 to −6.6 degrees),[7, 30, 34, 36, 5861] peak systolic twist (Range: Control; 9.8 to 17, Patients; 4 to 7.35 degrees),[7, 34, 36, 5861] peak systolic torsion (Range: Control; 1.7 to 3, Patients; 0.4 to 1.3 degrees/cm),[7, 34] percentage with reverse rotation,[7, 30, 58] peak diastolic untwist (Range: Control; -86 to −113, Patients; -37 to −62 degrees) [34, 35, 59, 60] and time to peak untwist [59, 60] between those with dilated cardiomyopathy and healthy controls as reported in existing articles. Systolic parameters denoted by red filled boxes. Diastolic parameters denoted by empty boxes.

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