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Role Of 2d Speckle Tracking (ste) And 4d Echocardiography In The Assessment Of Left Ventricular Systolic Function In Type Ii Diabetic Patients With Negative Myocardia Perfusion Imaging In Correlation To Muga Scan.

Taghreed A. Ahmed, Mona H, Taher Said

Abstract :

Background: 2D Speckle tracking echocardiography (STE) hold promise to be more reliable indexes of ''myocardial performance'' in patients with DM. Also, 3D echocardiography has shown to be accurate in the assessment of LV systolic function, The MUGA scan provides a more accurate representation of cardiac ejection fraction.Aim of the Work: To Assess the role of 2D Speckle Tracking (STE) and 4D Echocardiography in the assessment of left ventricular systolic function in type II diabetic patients with negative myocardial perfusion imaging in correlation to MUGA scan.Patients and methods: The study was conducted in cardiology department of Al Zahraa University hospital. It included 30 patients with T2DM (group I, 25 (83%) female & 5 (16%) male with mean age 48.407.44), whom stress (MPI) was proved to be negative. And 15 apparently healthy age and sex matched subjects as a control group (group II, 11(73) female & 4 (26%) male with mean age 50.207.74), LV systolic function was evaluated using conventional, TDI, 2D STE (LV-GLS), 4DE and MUGA scan.Results: The diabetic group showed statistically highly significant reduction in LV-GLS (-18.072.73 in group I VS -21.241.29 in group II, P

Keywords :

DM   2D STE   4D Echo   MPI and MUGA scan.  

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ROLE OF 2D SPECKLE TRACKING (STE) AND 4D ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN THE ASSESSMENT OF LEFT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC FUNCTION IN TYPE II DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH NEGATIVE MYOCARDIA PERFUSION IMAGING IN CORRELATION TO MUGA SCAN., Taghreed A. Ahmed, Mona H, Taher Said, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PURE MEDICAL RESEARCH : Volume-8 | Issue-2 | February-2023

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