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Imaging of Blood Flow Provides New Way to Look Into Cardiac Abnormalities and Dysfunction, Mount Sinai School of Medicine Study


6/4/2012 7:40:10 AM

Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine are pioneering new ultrasound techniques that provide the first characterization of multidirectional blood flow in the heart. By focusing on fluid dynamics - specifically, the efficiency with which blood enters and exits the heart's left ventricle - the researchers believe they can detect heart disease even when traditional measures show no sign of trouble.



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