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Figure 2: On the left, apical views of RV using TDI in addition to the conventional standardized RV views were recorded. The sample volume of PW TDI was placed on the RV lateral, anterior, and inferior wall at the lateral, anterior, and inferior tricuspid annulus (in green, yellow, and blue, respectively). Tissue velocities were evaluated from the three RV walls, respectively. In the middle, triplane imaging of the RV was obtained focusing on RV by the apical four-chamber view in order to visualize the RV lateral, anterior, and inferior wall, respectively. On the right, a representative case of three-dimensional RV quantification after tracing the endocardial border at end-diastole and end-systole was reported. Below, a model of the right ventricle was automatically constructed in short-axis view. RV = Right ventricular, Diast = diastole, Syst = systole

Figure 2: On the left, apical views of RV using TDI in addition to the conventional standardized RV views were recorded. The sample volume of PW TDI was placed on the RV lateral, anterior, and inferior wall at the lateral, anterior, and inferior tricuspid annulus (in green, yellow, and blue, respectively). Tissue velocities were evaluated from the three RV walls, respectively. In the middle, triplane imaging of the RV was obtained focusing on RV by the apical four-chamber view in order to visualize the RV lateral, anterior, and inferior wall, respectively. On the right, a representative case of three-dimensional RV quantification after tracing the endocardial border at end-diastole and end-systole was reported. Below, a model of the right ventricle was automatically constructed in short-axis view. RV = Right ventricular, Diast = diastole, Syst = systole