# What is normal Lvedv?

## What is normal Lvedv?

The normal limits were LVEF > or = 41% in men and > or = 49% in women, LVEDV index < or = 76 mL/m2 in men and < or = 57 mL/m2 in women, and LVESV index < or 38 mL/m2 in men and < or =26 mL/m2 in women.

What is normal LV mass?

Normal values of LV mass indexed to body surface area were found to be 70 ± 9 g/m(2) in men and 61 ± 8 g/m(2) in women. Significant age and gender dependence, but no racial dependence, was observed for LV mass index. Conclusions: Three-dimensional echocardiography is an accurate method for measuring LV mass.

How do you read cardiac MRI results?

Normal: >50% thickening (end diastolic thickness is >50% of systolic), normal movement (coded in blue) Hypokinetic: <50% thickening, decreased movement (coded in green) Akinetic: no thickening, decreased or no movement (coded in yellow) Dyskinetic: no thickening, paradoxical movement (coded in red)

### What does low Lvedv mean?

A low LVEDP, or a LVEDP in the normal range (4–12 mmHg), suggests the presence of preload reserve and, therefore, the likelihood of responsiveness to intravascular volume infusion, whereas a LVEDP >20 mmHg, and possibly >15 mmHg, indicates minimal preload reserve and, therefore, minimal volume responsiveness (Fig. 1).

What is normal EDV and ESV?

In a typical heart, the EDV is about 120 mL of blood and the ESV about 50 mL of blood.

What is T2 mapping?

T2 mapping is a magnetic resonance imaging technique used to calculate the T2 times of a certain tissue and display them voxel-vice on a parametric map. It has been used for tissue characterization of the myocardium 1-5 and has been investigated for cartilage 6,7 and other tissues 4.

#### Does LVH lead to heart failure?

It’s important to treat the causes of LVH early because it can lead to severe problems such as heart failure, sudden cardiac arrest and ischemic stroke.

Can MRI detect heart problems?

MRI has proven valuable in diagnosing a broad range of conditions, including cardiovascular anatomical anomalies (e.g., congenital heart defects), functional abnormalities (e.g., valve failure), tumors, and conditions related to coronary artery disease and cardiomyopathy (disease affecting the heart muscle).

Can a cardiac MRI show blockages?

MRI is quite accurate in detecting blockages in the larger sections of the coronary arteries, but either misses or over diagnoses blockages in the smaller sections. Newer technologies are under development that may improve this result.