Table 3

CMR-FT data, TAPSE, MAPSE and LAS

ParametersPatients (n=103)Controls (n=77)P value
LV GLS (%) 20.7 (−24.1; −17.9 ) 23.7 ( 26.1; −21.6 ) <0.0001
LV GLSR (1/s) −1.1 (−1.5; −0.9) −1.3 (−1.4; −1) 0.06
LV GCS (%) 29.4 (−32.2; −26.5 ) 30.5 (−33.6; 29 ) <0.001
LV GCSR (1/s) −1.6 (−1.9; −1.4) −1.7 (−1.9; −1.5) 0.12
LV GRS (%) 55.1 (41; 62.9) 56.8 (46.1; 66.7) 0.17
LV GRSR (1/s) 2.2 (1.8; 2.7) 2.1 (1.9; 2.5) 0.44
RV GLS (%) −19.7 (−23.6; −16.6) −20.3 (−22.1; −16.8) 0.88
RV GLSR (1/s) −1 (−1.2; −0.8) −1 (−1.1; −0.8) 0.82
LA LS (%) 23.3 (18.6; 28.8 ) 36.7 (30.7; 44 ) <0.0001
LA LSR (1/s) 1.3 (1; 1.6) 1.4 (1.1; 1.6) 0.05
RA LS (%) 21.7 (18.2; 27.8 ) 34.9 (26.9; 40.3 ) <0.0001
RA LSR (1/s) 1.3 (0.9; 1.7) 1.3 (1.1; 1.6) 0.51
MAPSE (mm) 9.9 (7.5; 11.6 ) 13.7 (12.1; 15.9 ) <0.0001
TAPSE (mm) 10.2 (8; 12.4 ) 20 (18.2; 23.4 ) <0.0001
LAS (%) 14.1 (−17.4; −12 ) 17.4 (−19.4; −15.7 ) <0.0001
  • Data are expressed as median with first and third quartile. P values are calculated by Mann-Whitney U test.

  • LAS, long-axis strain; LA LS, left atrial longitudinal strain; LA LSR, left atrial longitudinal strain rate; LV GLS, left ventricular global longitudinal strain; LV GLSR, left ventricular global longitudinal strain rate; LV GCS, left ventricular global circumferential strain; LV GCSR, left ventricular global circumferential strain rate; LV GRS, left ventricular global radial strain; LV GRSR, left ventricular global radial strain rate; MAPSE, mitral annular plane systolic excursion; RA LS, right atrial longitudinal strain; RA LSR, right atrial longitudinal strain rate; RV GLS, right ventricular global longitudinal strain; RV GLSR, right ventricular global longitudinal strain rate; TAPSE, tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion.