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80026-8Left ventricular Myocardial mass at end diastole (by US.2D+Calculated by truncated ellipsoid method)/Body surface areaActive

Component
Myocardial mass.end diastole/Body surface area
Property
ArMass
Time
Pt
System
Heart.ventricle.left
Scale
Qn
Method
US.2D+Calculated by truncated ellipsoid method

Additional Names

Short Name
LV ED myo mass (US.2D+trunc ellips)/BSA

Part Description

LP189364-5   US.2D+Calculated by truncated ellipsoid method
Two-dimensional (2D) imaging is one of three ultrasound modes (2D, M-mode, and Doppler) used for cardiac imaging. 2D imaging is the primary method of cardiac imaging and allows structures to be viewed moving in real time in a cross-section of the heart (two dimensions). It is used to detect abnormal anatomy or motion. The most common cross-sectional views are the parasternal long axis, the parasternal short axis, and the apical view. The gastric or subcostal and suprasternal views are also commonly used. [NCBI Books: NBK2215] Source: Regenstrief LOINC, NCBI Books: NBK2215

Basic Attributes

Class
CARD.US.DICOM
Type
Clinical
First Released
Version 2.54
Last Updated
Version 2.54
Order vs. Observation
Observation

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (China)
心肌质量.舒张末期/体表面积:质量/面积:时间点:心脏.心室.左侧:定量型:超声.2D+截断椭球计算法

Example Units

Unit Source
g/m2 Example UCUM Units

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