LVM

(redirected from Left Ventricular Mass)
AcronymDefinition
LVMLogical Volume Manager
LVMLiikenne- ja Viestintäministeriö (Finnish: Ministry of Transport and Communications; Helsinki)
LVMLocation Verification Module
LVMLinux Volume Manager
LVMLeft Ventricular Mass
LVMLandwirtschaftlicher Versicherungsverein Muenster (German insurance company)
LVMLas Vegas Magazine (Henderson, NV)
LVMLinux Virtual Machine
LVMLow Voltage Monitor (electronic equipment)
LVMLas Vegas Monorail
LVMLow-Volume Manufacturing
LVMLivingston, Montana (Airport Code)
LVMLatent Variable Model
LVMLombard Vehicle Management (Royal Bank of Scotland; UK)
LVMLeft Voice Mail
LVMLine Verification Module
LVMLow Value Material (USDA)
LVMLow Volatility Metals
LVMLuzon, Visayas, Mindanao (main islands in the Philippines)
LVMLeast-squares Variational Method
LVMLarge Volume Manager
LVMLarge Volume Mailer (Canada Post)
LVMLiquid Vacuum Melt
LVMLayered Video Multicast
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4% lower left ventricular mass and lower left and right ventricular volumes.
In cases with severe left ventricular hypertrophy, the increased left ventricular mass resulted in prolonged QRS complex duration and thus the chances of ventricular late potentials were also increased.
Estimated GFR and subsequent higher left ventricular mass in young and middle-aged adults with normal kidney function: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study.
Results of the above study showed there is decline in the cardiac performance in the case group when compared to the control group as evident by increase in left ventricular mass and stiffness and poor wall compliance leading to diastolic dysfunction.
Hence, the aim of this study was to determine the relationship between playing positions and left ventricular mass (LVM) with physical variables for soccer players
The main factor influencing the increase in left ventricular mass in our study was elevated blood pressure.
Effect of frequent nocturnal hemodialysis vs conventional hemodialysis on left ventricular mass and quality of life: a randomized controlled trial.
Comparing the two genders, the researchers found something surprising: while both men and women had decreases in left ventricular volume, left ventricular mass increased in men and decreased slightly in women.
Conversely, with repeated volume load stress associated with endurance training, myocyte phenotype changes lead to an increase in left ventricular cavity allowing for an increase in left ventricular diastole without increases in left ventricular mass (16).
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