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Table 3 Echocardiography characteristics

From: Comparison of mitral annulus geometry between patients with ischemic and non-ischemic functional mitral regurgitation: implications for transcatheter mitral valve implantation

  Ischemic mitral regurgitation N = 41 Non ischemic mitral regurgitation N = 53 p
MR Vena contracta (mm) 7 (6–8) 7 (6–8) 0.658
MR PISA radius (mm) 7 (6–8) 8 (7–9) 0.138
MR EROA (mm2) 2 (2–3) 2.1(2–3) 0.421
MR R Vol (mL) 38 (28–58) 38.5 (29–47.7) 0.803
sPAP 47 (35–56) 44 (35–49) 0.211
TR severity Trivial 6 (11.3%) Trivial 6 (15.4%) 0.753
Mild 29 (54.7%) Mild 20 (51.3%)
Moderate11 (20.8%) Moderate10 (25.6%)
Severe 7 (13.2%) Severe3 (7.7%)
AR severity None 25 (49%) None 25 (65%) 0.437
Trivial 13 (25%) Trivial 6 (15%)
Mild 12 (23.5%) Mild 9 (22.5%)
Moderate 1 (2%) Moderate 0 (0%)
LV EDV (ml/m2) 134 (114–153) 143 (116–178) 0.078
LV ESV (mL/m2) 96 (68–109) 105 (78–135) 0.075
Ejection Fraction (%) 31 (26–38) 28 (22–32) 0.030
Indexed LA volume (mL/m2) 60 (51–68) 70 (53–91) 0.031
  1. Data are expressed as Median (25°-75°) or Number (%)
  2. Abbreviations: AR aortic regurgitation, EROA effective regurgitant orifice area, LA left atrial, LV EDV left ventricular end-diastolic volume, LV ESV left ventricular end-systolic volume, MR mitral regurgitation, PISA proximal isovelocity surface area, R Vol regurgitant volume, sPAP systolic pulmonary artery pressure, TR tricuspid regurgitation. Italicized values highlight statistically significant differences