Mitral valve B-bump by US.M-mode
B-bump formation of the mitral valve can be seen in Mmode echocardiograms as a small flat peak or "bump" between the A and C points, and is indicative of elevated left ventricular end-diastolic pressure. It is a typical finding in patients with severe systolic left ventricular dysfunction. PMID: 15159031
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M-mode imaging is one of three ultrasound modes (2D, M-mode, and Doppler) used for cardiac imaging. M-mode provides a one-dimensional view and because the focus is only in one plane, the temporal and spatial resolutions are higher compared to 2D; therefore, M-mode is used for fine measurements. [NCBI Books: NBK2215] Source: Regenstrief LOINC, NCBI Books: NBK2215
- Mitral valve
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- MV B-bump M-mode
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Synonyms: Eco Ecografia cardiaca Osservazione Punto nel tempo (episodio)
Synonyms: B 型 B-凸起;
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