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Table 4 Relation of LV deformation using TTE and TEE to conventional ECHO parameters

From: A comparative study between transthoracic and transesophageal echo modalities in evaluation of left ventricular deformation

ECHO parametersTTE LSTTE CSTTE RS TEE LSTEE CSTEE RS
AOr− 0.20.04− 0.2r− 0.2− 0.10.1
P0.080.70.1P0.060.50.7
LAr− 0.5− 0.2− 0.3r− 0.5− 0.4− 0.3
P0.000.10.03P0.0000.0010.03
IVSDr− 0.020.10.2r− 0.1− 0.07− 0.02
P0.90.30.2P0.40.60.9
PWDr− 0.3− 0.3− 0.09r− 0.2− 0.3− 0.07
P0.050.010.5P0.10.020.6
LVESDr− 0.4− 0.3− 0.2r− 0.4− 0.30.1
P0.0020.040.2P0.0010.040.6
LVEDDr− 0.2− 0.2− 0.2r− 0.3− 0.20.1
P0.060.080.2P0.010.10.3
FS%r0.50.30.1r0.40.30.07
P0.0000.030.4P0.0000.020.6
EF%r0.50.30.1r0.50.30.06
P0.0000.030.3P0.0000.020.6
EDVr− 0.2− 0.2− 0.1r− 0.3− 0.20.1
P0.060.10.3P0.010.10.4
ESVr− 0.3− 0.26− .147r− 0.4− 0.30.07
P0.0040.0520.275P0.0010.070.6
WMSIr− 0.5− 0.2− 0.3r− 0.5− 0.3− 0.1
P0.0000.10.05P0.0000.020.4
  1. AO aorta, LA left atrium, IVSD interventricular septum in diastole, PWD posterior wall in diastole, LVESD left ventricular end-systolic diameter, LVEDD left ventricular end-diastolic diameter, FS fractional shorting, EF ejection fraction, EDV end-diastolic volume, ESV end-systolic volume, WMSI wall motion score index