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  • <p>Patient before and after CRT - LV pre-ejectional&nbsp; time interval/RV pre-ejectional&nbsp; time interval</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms, Surgical Treatment

    Patient before and after CRT

    Patient before and after CRT - LV pre-ejectional  time interval/RV pre-ejectional  time interval

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  • <p>Editorial - Intraventricular dyssynchrony</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms, Physiopathology

    Intraventricular dyssynchrony

    Editorial - Intraventricular dyssynchrony

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  • <p>Studies dealing with assessment of&nbsp; LV electro-mechanical&nbsp; asynchrony</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms

    LV electro-mechanical asynchrony

    Studies dealing with assessment of  LV electro-mechanical  asynchrony

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  • <p>Left Ventricular Dyssynchrony Predicts Response &amp; Prognosis after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms

    Response & Prognosis after CRT

    Left Ventricular Dyssynchrony Predicts Response & Prognosis after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

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  • <p>First studies of&nbsp; Biventricular&nbsp; Pacing&nbsp; Concept</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms

    Hemodynamics and Cardiac Pacing in Heart Failure

    First studies of  Biventricular  Pacing  Concept

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  • <p>Scheme of delayed electrical activation leading to hemodynamic alteration</p>
    Physiology and mechanisms, Physiopathology

    Delayed electrical activation leading to hemodynamic alteration

    Scheme of delayed electrical activation leading to hemodynamic alteration

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