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Non-invasive imaging
Two dimensional speckle tracking echocardiography: clinical applications
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    Clinical applications of two dimensional speckle tracking

    Dear Sir,

    I read with interest Blessberger and Binder's article on the clinical applications of two dimensional speckle tracking following their excellent previous article detailing the technique's basic principles[1, 2]. The two articles carry significant detail but fall down in one major regard. Whilst the authors state that the reproducibility of speckle tracking is greater than tissue Doppler imaging (TDI), at...

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