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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Budapest, Városmajor utca 68., 1122
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A jobb kamra geometriai és funkcionális változásai számos megbetegedésben nagy jelentőséggel bírnak. Mindazonáltal a rutin echokardiográfiás mérések csak korlátozott diagnosztikus és prognosztikus erővel rendelkeznek. Az olyan modern szívultrahangos technikák, mint a speckle-tracking analízis vagy a 3D echokardiográfia napjainkban már elérhető és könnyen kivitelezhető módszerek, amelyek a jobb kamra komplex felépítésének és működésének költséghatékony, noninvazív vizsgálatát teszik lehetővé. Diagnosztikus értékük és precizitásuk jóval nehezebben hozzáférhető eljárásokat helyettesíthet. Egyre bővülő irodalmi adatok alapján használatuk a mindennapi klinikumban (jobb kamrai infarktus, pulmonalis hypertensio, arrhythmogen jobb kamrai dysplasia, szívtranszplantáció utáni követés, a sportszív differenciáldiagnosztikája) lényeges segítséget jelenthet. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(29), 1139–1146.

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