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LVID;s and LVID;d increased by 204.9% and 44.3% in the model group compared with those in the sham group.
Regarding growth of the heart we demonstrated that there was a 31% increase of LVID, 34% of RIVD, and 35% of IVS diameter from 12.5 up to 17.5 dpc.
The following parameters were recorded: left ventricular systolic and end diastolic internal dimensions (LVIDs, LVIDd), thickness of interventricular septum (IVS), fractional shortening at systole and diastole (FSs, FSd), and ejection fraction (EF) [17].
where LVID indicates LV internal diameter, LVPWT the LV posterior wall thickness, and IVST the interventricular septal thickness [13, 14].
Moreover, the cardiac function including LVID d, LVID s, LV Vol d, LV Vol s, LVPW d, LVPW s, LVAW d, LVAW s, EF, FS, and SV was assessed on days 0, 7, 14, 28, and 56.
Cardiac function parameters ejection fraction (EF) and left ventricular internal dimension (LVID) were measured by echocardiography.
On two-dimensional recordings of short axis at the mid-papillary muscle level, left ventricle posterior wall thickness (LVPW), interventricular septal wall thickness (IVSD), and left ventricle diameters (LVID) in diastole and systole were measured.
Left ventricular end-diastolic diameter (LVEDd), left ventricular endsystolic diameter (LVESd), left ventricle (LV) internal dimension in diastole (LVID, d) and systole (LVID, s), and interventricle septem thickness in diastole (IVS, d) and systole (IVS, s) were measured.
The LV mass (LVM) was calculated with the Devereux formula as LVM (g) = 1.04 ([LVID + PWT + IVST][sup]3 −LVID[sup]3) −14 (LVID: LV internal dimension; PWT: Posterior wall thickness; IVST: IVS thickness) and indexed to the body surface area (dividing LVM by body surface area).[sup][8] Left atrial volumes were determined at ventricular end-systole according to area-length method using apical 4- and 2-chamber views.
LV mass was calculated by using the following formula: LV mass = 0.8 x {1.04[[(LVID + PWTh + IVSTh).sup.3] - [LVID.sup.3]]} + 0.6.