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  • Abstract 3183: The Responders of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Predicts Survival in Heart Failure

  • Abstract 1602: Strain-derived and Tissue velocity-derived Dyssynchrony Indexes for Prediction of Reverse Remodeling with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

  • Abstract 1606: High Specificity of Prolonged Isovolumic Contraction Time for Reverse Remodeling Associated with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

  • Abstract 822: Change in Regional Strain after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

  • Abstract 825: Effect of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy on the Timing of Regional Myocardial Deformation

  • Abstract 14723: Safety and Outcomes of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients With Abandoned Pacemaker and Defibrillator Leads

  • Abstract 19169: Anakinra - A Promising New Therapy for Idiopathic Recurrent Pericarditis

  • Abstract 14672: Clinical Implications of Device Setting Changes During Elective Replacement Indicator in Patients With Dual Chamber Pacemakers

  • Dyssynchrony Indices To Predict Response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: A Comprehensive Prospective Single-Center Study

  • Strain Dyssynchrony Index Correlates With Improvement in Left Ventricular Volume After Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Better Than Tissue Velocity Dyssynchrony Indexes

  • Mitral and Tricuspid Annular Velocities Before and After Pericardiectomy in Patients With Constrictive Pericarditis

  • Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Constrictive Pericarditis: Mayo Clinic Criteria

  • Comparison of Echocardiographic Dyssynchrony Assessment by Tissue Velocity and Strain Imaging in Subjects With or Without Systolic Dysfunction and With or Without Left Bundle-Branch Block

  • Effect of Long-Term Right Ventricular Pacing in Young Adults With Structurally Normal Heart

  • Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging Pericardial Late Gadolinium Enhancement and Elevated Inflammatory Markers Can Predict the Reversibility of Constrictive Pericarditis After Antiinflammatory Medical Therapy: A Pilot Study