Left Ventricle Hypertrophy Aortic Stenosis (LVH AS)

39699.800 aorta aortic valve aortic annulus calcified calcification aortic sclerosis aortic stenosis LVH left ventricle hypertrophy CTscan volume rendering Courtesy Ashley Davidoff MD


Aortic Stenosis and Concentric LVH
07969bW.802 heart cardiac aorta aortic valve fx thickening of the aortic valves LVH left ventricular hypertrophy post stenotic dilatation of the ascending aorta turbulence eccentric jet doming of the aortic valve AV AS aortic stenosis Davidoff art
Aortic Stenosis MRI
This series of coronal MRI images of the aortic valve (a-f) show phases from diastole (a) through systole (b,c,d,e) with a narrow (b,c) and then turbulent jet, (d,e) back to diastole (f) Image g shows a thickened valve, while the short axis of the LV (h) shows LV hypertrophy. The plain film of h and i highlight the calcific nature of the valve. The diagnosis is aortic valve stenosis. Courtesy Scott TSai MD 38871c01 code cardiac heart aortic valve AS LVH calcification calcified imaging radiology MRI CXR plain film
Coronal reformats through the chests of two different patients. They are approximately at the same level of the RVOT. The left image (a) is normal, while image b shows concentric thickening of the LV. Courtesy Ashley Davidoff MD 39088c01 code cardiac heart normal LVH LV hypertrophy


Left Ventricular Hypertrophy associated with Coarctation of the Aorta
tags 16906.800 heart LV left ventricle aorta coarctation left ventricular hypertrophy fx LVH concentric hypertrophy dx coarctation imaging radiology T1 weighted MRI Courtesy Ashley Davidoff MD