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Characterising intra-cardiac blood flow patterns in cardiovascular disease using advanced magnetic resonance techniques

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Left ventricular 4D flow
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The end product of the numerous cellular, electrical and mechanical processes within the normal heart is the generation of blood flow. Blood flow within the cardiac chambers exerts forces upon the myocardium, which creates a continuous remodelling process. In heart failure pathological cardiac remodelling occurs; this is a complex process involving numerous transcriptional, molecular, cellular and architectural changes within both the cardiac myocytes and surrounding extracellular structur...

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Victoria Stoll More by this author

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FS/12/14/29354
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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