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The Potential of Cardiac Function to Enhance the Machine Learning of Coronary Microvascular Disease

Live Webinar Event

The Potential of Cardiac Function to Enhance the Machine Learning of Coronary Microvascular Disease

 

October 19, 2021
@ 11AM EDT

 

Presented by Dr. Aaron Trask

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Coronary microvascular disease (CMD) is the abnormal function and structure of the small coronary blood vessels and is thought to silently underlie manifestations of heart disease. The direct diagnosis of CMD remains elusive and relies on a series of indirect assessments. The coronary blood flow pattern may harbor novel features that could allow machine learning to accurately and directly assess CMD. Dr. Trask and his team have been testing the ability of coronary flow patterns together with other simultaneous cardiovascular measurements, including comprehensive measures of cardiac function, to aid in increasing the accuracy of predicting CMD.

 

Relevant murine measurements included in the study:

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