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Conclusion: New echo technology can identify early left and right ventricular dysfunction. This may allow earlier intervention and help to avoid irreversible damage to the myocardium in congenital heart disease. com. 38 Ana Maria de Dios, Judith Ackerman, Fernanda Biancolini et al. Introduction Echocardiography is a reliable, noninvasive tool used for the evaluation of heart structure and function in children and adults. Many important clinical decisions are routinely based on the absolute sizes of cardiac structures.
Figure 8. ERα expression in cyanotic and non-cyanotic CHD patients. Plot of ERα reactive area (percentage) considering the whole artery, media or intimal layer of arteries from cyanotic and non cyanotic CDH patients (light-grey bands: cyanotic CHD patients, dark-grey bands: non-cyanotic CHD patients). Values are expressed as the mean ± SEM. No significant differences were observed between the groups (non parametric Mann-Whitney U test). Analysis of ERα expression in control patients and CHD patients with or without surgical repair is shown in Panel C (white bands: control patients, lightgrey bands: non-surgically repaired CHD patients, dark-grey bands: surgically repaired CHD patients).