RV

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RVRecreational Vehicle
RVRiver Valley (Singapore)
RVReview (medical)
RVRuntime Verification
RVResearch Vessel
RVRoyal Vegas
RVRight Ventricular
RVRelief Valve
RVRevert (Wikimedia Foundation)
RVRendezvous (military)
RVRendezvous (logging abbreviation)
RVReceived Votes (sports ranking)
RVRight Ventricle
RVRigveda (Indian sacred collection)
RVRental Vehicle
RVRandom Variable
RVRetroverted (uterus)
RVResidual Volume (lung)
RVResponse Vehicle
RVRotavirus Vaccine
RVRecirculation Valve
RVRevised Version (of the Bible; published in 1881-1885)
RVRappaport-Vassiliadis (salmonella enrichment broth)
RVRetrovirus
RVRemote View
RVRød Valgallianse
RVRéalité Virtuelle (French: Virtual Reality)
RVReverberation
RVRated Voltage
RVRateable Value (business premises terminology)
RVRabies Virus
RVRelease Valve
RVRevalidation
RVReference Voltage
RVReactor Vessel
RVReconnaissance Vehicle
RVRelatieve Vochtigheid (Dutch: Relative Humidity)
RVRescue Vessel
RVRalston Valley (Colorado)
RVRadar View
RVResident Visitor
RVRyom Verzeichnis (Works of Vivaldi list by Peter Ryom)
RVRifle Volunteers (British Army)
RVRhino Virus
RVReceipt Voucher
RVReceive Variable
RVRadar Vector
RVRunway Visibility
RVRetrieval Vessel (US NASA)
RVRuins Vacation
RVRegulatory Verification (various locations)
RVRuneVillage (RuneScape gaming discussion forum)
RVRoss Volunteers (Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets)
RVRoutine Verification
RVRing Voice
RVRecombination Velocity
RVRadius of Vulnerability
RVReentry/Remote Vehicle
RVUS Revenue Motor Vehicle Use (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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Offline postprocessing and three-dimensional reconstruction were performed with a commercially available dedicated system (Echo View, Tom Tec Imaging Inc., Munich, Germany) equipped with four-dimensional right ventricle analysis software.
Adverse hemodynamic effects of a VSD include increased pulmonary blood flow because a significant amount of left ventricular blood volume enters the right ventricle, making its way to the pulmonary vasculature, and decreased left ventricular cardiac output.
In conclusion, we found evidence of an abnormality of the pulmonary vein following the administration of inhaled NO and oxygen in an asymptomatic patient with asplenia, single right ventricle, TAPVC, and right lower PVO after Fontan procedure.
The 3D Auto RV application segments, identifies the borders of and aligns the views of the right ventricle, enabling clinicians to carry out the quantification and check the measurements in as little as 15 seconds.
The RVOT (right ventricle outflow tract) aneurysm is seen in the cine T1-weighted coronal contrast-enhanced image series.
Then, suturing was continued to plicate atrialized right ventricle up to the anatomical valve annulus.
The most frequently damaged cardiac chamber was the right ventricle (4/10) followed by the left ventricle (2/10).
"Double chamber right ventricular is a condition having an abnormal strong muscular band present in right ventricle leading to abnormal two chambers in RV that divide right ventricle into proximal high pressure and distal low-pressure chambers.
(20) Complications include chronic pulmonary regurgitation and right ventricle dilatation.
(1) Transposition of great arteries: the morphologic left ventricle is connected to the pulmonary artery (PA) and pulmonary circulation; the hypoplastic right ventricle is connected to the aorta and systemic circulation.
The right ventricle was dilated due to an apical aneurysm, and the contractility of the right ventricle was reduced.
No significant regurgitation of the tricuspid valve was found despite a partial distortion of the anterior leaflet and compression of the right ventricle inflow.
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