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heart wall/artery

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Apical 2ch Inferior Wall and artery feeding it apical cap/LAD, apical inferior/LAD, mid inferior/RCA, basal inferior/RCA
Apical 2ch Anterior Wall and artery feeding it apical cap/LAD, apical anterior/LAD, mid anterior/LAD, basal anterior/LAD
PSLAX LVPW and Artery apical lateral/LAD, mid inferolateral/RCA or LCX, basal inferolateral/RCA or LCX
PSLAX IV Septum and Artery apical anterior/LAD, mid anteroseptal/LAD, basal anteroseptal/LAD
Apical 4ch Septum and Artery apical septum/LAD, mid inferoseptum/RCA or LAD, basal inferoseptum/RCA
Apical 4ch Lateral Wall and Artery apical lateral/LAD or LCX, mid anterolateral/LCX or LAD, basal anterolateral/LC or LAD
PSSAX @PM anterior side and artery mid antereoseptal/LAD, mid anterior/LAD, mid anterolateral/LCX or LAD
PSSAX @PM inferior side and artery mid inferoseptal/RCA or LAD, mid inferior/RCA, mid infereolateral/LCX or RCA
PSLAX RVIDd Norm: 1.9 to 2.6cm measure at end diastole(QRS)
PSLAX IVSd Norm: .6 to 1.0cm measure at end diastole(QRS)
PSLAX LVIDd Norm: 3.9 to 5.9cm measure at end diastole(QRS)
PSLAX LVPWd Norm: .6 to 1.0cm measure at end diastole(QRS)
PSLAX LVIDs Norm: 2.1 to 4.0cm measure at end systole(T)
PSLAX LAs Norm: 2.7 to 4.0cm measure at end systole(T) @ aortic valve plane also perpendicular to aortic root
PSLAX AoRd Norm: 2.0 to 3.7cm measure at end diastole(QRS) @ valve plane perpendicular to walls of aortic root(outside to inside)
PSLAX Aortic cusps separation systole Norm: 1.5 to 2.6cm measure maximal opening of AoV cusps(S)
MV E-F slope Norm: 70 to 150mm/s
Normal RVOT and Pulmonary Artery velocity Norm: peak velocity 0.6 to 0.9 m/s (60 to 90cm/s) Norm: mean 0.75 m/s,(75cm/s)
Normal LVOT velocity Norm: Peak velocity 0.7 to 1.1 m/s (70 to 110cm/s) Norm: mean 0.9 m/s, (90cm/s)
Normal Aorta velocity Norm: Peak velocity 1.0 to 1.7 m/s (100 to 170cm/s) Norm: mean 1.35 m/s,(135cm/s)
Normal Tricuspid velocity Norm: peak velocity 0.3 to 0.7 m/s (30 to 70cm/s) Norm: mean 0.5 m/s, (50cm/s)
Normal Mitral velocity Norm: peak velocity 0.6 to 1.3m/s (60 to 130cm/s)
Normal IVC at hepatic vein Norm: 0.5 to 1.1 cm Norm: mean 1.6 +/-0.2cm
Created by: JLC1968