Dyssynchrony Imaging

A novel echocardiographic method to quantify regional mechanical dyssynchrony

Dyssynchrony Imaging (DI), Toshiba's novel Doppler technology, is used as a quantitative clinical tool for rapid assessment of dyssynchrony in patients

with suspected myomechanical dysfunction. From the parasternal short axis view, DI is applied by Toshiba's exclusive “angle-correction” technology and in apical views by standard Doppler imaging. Thus, DI permits evaluation of virtually all myocardial


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This article was first published in the VISIONS, issue 10/2006, a publication of Toshiba Medical Systems


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