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Multivendor comparison of global and regional 2D cardiovascular magnetic resonance feature tracking strains vs tissue tagging at 3T


MILITARU Sebastian PANOVSKÝ Roman HANET Vincent AMZULESCU Mihaela Silvia LANGET Hélene PISCIOTTI Mary Mojica POULEUR Anne-Catherine VANOVERSCHELDE Jean-Louis J. GERBER Bernhard L.

Rok publikování 2021
Druh Článek v odborném periodiku
Časopis / Zdroj Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

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Klíčová slova Feature tracking; Tagging; Magnetic resonance imaging; Strain
Popis Background Cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) 2D feature tracking (FT) left ventricular (LV) myocardial strain has seen widespread use to characterize myocardial deformation. Yet, validation of CMR FT measurements remains scarce, particularly for regional strain. Therefore, we aimed to perform intervendor comparison of 3 different FT software against tagging. Methods In 61 subjects (18 healthy subjects, 18 patients with chronic myocardial infarction, 15 with dilated cardiomyopathy, and 10 with LV hypertrophy due to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy or aortic stenosis) were prospectively compared global (G) and regional transmural peak-systolic Lagrangian longitudinal (LS), circumferential (CS) and radial strains (RS) by 3 FT software (cvi42, Segment, and Tomtec) among each other and with tagging at 3T. We also evaluated the ability of regional LS, CS, and RS by different FT software vs tagging to identify late gadolinium enhancement (LGE) in the 18 infarct patients. Results GLS and GCS by all 3 software had an excellent agreement among each other (ICC = 0.94-0.98 for GLS and ICC = 0.96-0.98 for GCS respectively) and against tagging (ICC = 0.92-0.94 for GLS and ICC = 0.88-0.91 for GCS respectively), while GRS showed inconsistent agreement between vendors (ICC 0.10-0.81). For regional LS, the agreement was good (ICC = 0.68) between 2 vendors but less vs the 3(rd) (ICC 0.50-0.59) and moderate to poor (ICC 0.44-0.47) between all three FT software and tagging. Also, for regional CS agreement between 2 software was higher (ICC = 0.80) than against the 3rd (ICC = 0.58-0.60), and both better agreed with tagging (ICC = 0.70-0.72) than the 3rd (ICC = 0.57). Regional RS had more variation in the agreement between methods ranging from good (ICC = 0.75) to poor (ICC = 0.05). Finally, the accuracy of scar detection by regional strains differed among the 3 FT software. While the accuracy of regional LS was similar, CS by one software was less accurate (AUC 0.68) than tagging (AUC 0.80, p < 0.006) and RS less accurate (AUC 0.578) than the other two (AUC 0.76 and 0.73, p < 0.02) to discriminate segments with LGE. Conclusions We confirm good agreement of CMR FT and little intervendor difference for GLS and GCS evaluation, with variable agreement for GRS. For regional strain evaluation, intervendor difference was larger, especially for RS, and the diagnostic performance varied more substantially among different vendors for regional strain analysis.

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