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The other indications for surgery included cyanosis, symptoms of dyspnea and right heart failure, progressive cardiomegaly, a cardiothoracic ratio greater than 0.65 and associated anomalies, such as an ASD, a ventricular septal defect (VSD), and pulmonary valve stenosis.
Fukuma et al., "The cardiothoracic ratio and all-cause and cardiovascular disease mortality in patients undergoing maintenance hemodialysis: results of the MBD-5D study," Clinical and Experimental Nephrology, vol.
Caption: Figure 1: Posteroanterior chest X-ray showing a mild increase in cardiothoracic ratio.
NT-proBNP, LVEF, LA diameter, and the cardiothoracic ratio were assessed among patients in the AF, HF, HF-AF, and control groups.
However it may vary from being almost normal to the typical ebstein's configuration with a cardiothoracic ratio of more than 0.65 carrying a poor prognosis.
Following surgery a clear recovery occurs in the NYHA functional classification and a distinct decrease occurs in pulmonary arterial pressure and cardiothoracic ratios.
Chest X-ray showed pulmonary interstitial edema and an increase in cardiac silhouette with a cardiothoracic ratio (CTR) of about 68%.
However, at no stage during serial radiographs over 8 days was the cardiothoracic ratio (CTR) greater than 60%.
A fetal echocardiographic screening examination involves visualization of a four-chambered view of the heart with the atrial and ventricular septum and right and left ventricular outflow tracts, as well as measurements of ventricular length, cardiothoracic ratio, and other cardiac dimensions.
Chest X-ray revealed marked cardiomegaly with a cardiothoracic ratio of 0.68 and pulmonary congestion but there was no rib notching.