Cardiorresonancia magnética - 4D Flow e insuficiencia de válvulas auriculoventriculares: destinados a entenderse

Autores/as

  • Javier Urmeneta Ulloa Hospital Universitario Quirónsalud. Madrid
  • Vicente Martínez de Vega Hospital Universitario Quirónsalud. Madrid
  • Javier López Opitz Servicio de Imágenes Cardíacas, Clínica Indisa, Chile
  • Hugo Mart´nez Fernández Servicio de Imágenes Cardíacas, Clínica Indisa, Chile3
  • José Ángel Cabrera Hospital Universitario Quirónsalud. Madrid

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37615/retic.v5n2a8

Palabras clave:

insuficiencia mitral, insuficiencia tricuspídea, 4DFlow, cardiorresonancia magnética

Resumen

La cardiorresonancia magnética-4DFlow permite la valoración de flujos en las tres dimensiones del espacio dentro del volumen tridimensional adquirido. Con esta técnica, a través de método indirecto, así como el cálculo directo mediante el seguimiento valvular; “valve-tracking”, y de flujo, “flow-tracking”, es factible la evaluación cuali-cuantitativa de insuficiencias aurículo-ventriculares. Se muestra la utilidad de esta novedosa tecnología en pacientes con insuficiencia mitral y tricuspídea como técnica de imagen diagnóstica complementaria. 

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2022-08-30

Cómo citar

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Urmeneta Ulloa J, Martínez de Vega V, López Opitz J, Mart´nez Fernández H, Cabrera J Ángel. Cardiorresonancia magnética - 4D Flow e insuficiencia de válvulas auriculoventriculares: destinados a entenderse. Rev Ecocar Pract (RETIC) [Internet]. 30 de agosto de 2022 [citado 29 de septiembre de 2022];5(2):37-40. Disponible en: https://imagenretic.org/RevEcocarPract/article/view/494