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  • Short communication   
    Advanced hemodynamics and pulmonary artery remodeling: magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers of pulmonary hypertension
    Author(s): Shepry Telissa*

    Pulmonary Hypertension (PHT) is usually accompanied with alterations in vascular hemodynamics and remodelling of pulmonary artery architecture and is poorly described by non-invasive diagnostic imaging modalities. In the clinical setting, these illness characteristics could be interesting biomarkers. Thirty-three patients with pulmonary hypertension and seventeen healthy controls were included in this retrospective clinical investigation. Measurements of pulmonary artery diameters, bifurcation distances, and angles were used to evaluate architectural change using a 3D-contrast enhanced angiography. Wall shear stress, kinetic energy, vorticity, and directional flow dynamics were used to evaluate hemodynamics using 4D-flow Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Independent samples student’s t-tests were used to compare parameters. Pearson’s correlation was used to perform correla.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37532/pulcj.22.6(2).21-22

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