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  1. The Right Ventricle: From Bench to Bedside
  2. A focus on the greatness of the lesser circulation - Spotlight Issue on the Right Ventricle
  3. Exercise and the right ventricle: a potential Achilles’ Heel
  4. Reply to Sanchis-Gomar et al.—Undeniable Benefits of Exercise Should Not Preclude Inquiry Into the Mechanisms of Arrhythmias in Athletes
  5. Young Women With Abdominal Obesity Have Subclinical Myocardial Dysfunction
  6. Exercise-induced right ventricular dysfunction is associated with ventricular arrhythmias in endurance athletes
  7. Abnormal right ventricular relaxation in pulmonary hypertension
  8. Right ventricular suction: an important determinant of cardiac performance
  9. Signs of RV overload on the athlete’s ECG
  10. Let's keep running… exercise, basic science and the knowledge gaps
  11. Physiologic and pathophysiologic changes in the right heart in highly trained athletes
  12. Is Exercise Good for the Right Ventricle? Concepts for Health and Disease
  13. Pulmonary Vascular and Right Ventricular Reserve in Patients With Normalized Resting Hemodynamics After Pulmonary Endarterectomy
  14. Exercise pathophysiology and sildenafil effects in chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
  15. The multi-modality cardiac imaging approach to the Athlete's heart: an expert consensus of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
  16. Straining the RV to Predict the Future∗
  17. Acute effect of static exercise on the cardiovascular system: assessment by cardiovascular magnetic resonance
  18. Modest agreement in ECG interpretation limits the application of ECG screening in young athletes
  19. Defining the interaction between exercise and arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy
  20. Author response
  21. Exercise and Cardiovascular Risk in Patients With Hypertension
  22. The right ventricle following prolonged endurance exercise: are we overlooking the more important side of the heart? A meta-analysis
  23. Fluoroscopic Ring of Pannus within a Mechanic Mitral Valve: A Novel Sign of Calcified Pannus Infiltration
  24. Right Heart Structural and Functional Remodeling in Athletes
  25. Can Intensive Exercise Harm the Heart?: You Can Get Too Much of a Good Thing
  26. Exercise-Induced Right Heart Disease in Athletes
  27. The response of the pulmonary circulation and right ventricle to exercise: exercise-induced right ventricular dysfunction and structural remodeling in endurance athletes (2013 Grover Conference series)
  28. Right Ventricular Fatigue Developing during Endurance Exercise
  29. Comparison of Frequency of Significant Electrocardiographic Abnormalities in Endurance Versus Nonendurance Athletes
  30. O014 Can E/e' by Echocardiography Differentiate Patients with Group 1 from Group 2 Pulmonary Hypertension?
  31. Sildenafil Improves Exercise Hemodynamics in Fontan Patients
  32. Interaction between respiration and right versus left ventricular volumes at rest and during exercise: a real-time cardiac magnetic resonance study
  33. Right Ventricular Structure and Function During Exercise
  34. The Impact of Long-Term Endurance Sports on the Right Ventricle: Evidence for Exercise-Induced Arrhythmogenic RV Cardiomyopathy
  35. Transit of micro-bubbles through the pulmonary circulation of Thoroughbred horses during exercise
  36. Cardiac Imaging and Stress Testing Asymptomatic Athletes to Identify Those at Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death
  37. Pulmonary artery wave reflection: observations in pulmonary hypertension
  38. Atrial fibrillation in athletes and the interplay between exercise and health
  39. To assess exertional breathlessness you must exert the breathless
  40. Fetal Echocardiography and Pulsed-wave Doppler Ultrasound in a Rabbit Model of Intrauterine Growth Restriction
  41. The Seattle Criteria increase the specificity of preparticipation ECG screening among elite athletes
  42. Response to Letter Regarding Article, "Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A New Gold Standard for Ventricular Volume Quantification During High-Intensity Exercise"
  43. Reduced Right Ventricular Myocardial Strain in the Elite Athlete May Not Be a Consequence of Myocardial Damage.“Cream Masquerades as Skimmed Milk”
  44. Exercise-Induced Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy
  45. Can Intense Endurance Exercise Cause Myocardial Damage and Fibrosis?
  46. Pulmonary Wave Reflection: Observations in Pulmonary Hypertension
  47. Pulmonary Hypertension is Associated With Right Ventricular Diastolic Dysfunction
  48. Cardiac MRI: A New Gold Standard for Ventricular Volume Quantification During High-Intensity Exercise
  49. Assessment of strain and strain rate by two-dimensional speckle tracking in mice: comparison with tissue Doppler echocardiography and conductance catheter measurements
  50. Ventricular arrhythmias associated with long-term endurance sports: what is the evidence?
  51. Targeted therapies in breast cancer: are heart and vessels also being targeted?
  52. The athlete's heart
  53. Exercise Strain Rate Imaging Demonstrates Normal Right Ventricular Contractile Reserve and Clarifies Ambiguous Resting Measures in Endurance Athletes
  54. Exercise-induced right ventricular dysfunction and structural remodelling in endurance athletes
  55. Asymmetric collimation can significantly reduce patient radiation dose during pulmonary vein isolation†
  56. The relative value of strain and strain rate for defining intrinsic myocardial function
  57. Should Pre-participation Cardiovascular Screening for Competitive Athletes be Introduced in Australia? A Timely Debate in a Sport-loving Nation
  58. Maximal oxygen consumption is best predicted by measures of cardiac size rather than function in healthy adults
  59. Efficacy of radiofrequency catheter ablation in athletes with atrial fibrillation
  60. Disproportionate Exercise Load and Remodeling of the Athlete's Right Ventricle
  61. Long-term endurance sport is a risk factor for development of lone atrial flutter
  62. Pulmonary Vascular Resistance as Assessed by Bicycle Stress Echocardiography in Patients With Atrial Septal Defect Type Secundum
  63. Effect of Adenosine on Pulmonary Vascular Resistance in Patients with Pulmonary Hypertension due to Left Heart Disease and Scleroderma
  64. Strenuous endurance exercise: is more better for everyone? Our genes won't tell us
  65. Clinical Consequences of Intense Endurance Exercise Must Include Assessment of the Right Ventricle
  66. Right ventricular function by strain echocardiography
  67. Pulmonary transit of agitated contrast is associated with enhanced pulmonary vascular reserve and right ventricular function during exercise
  68. Lower than expected desmosomal gene mutation prevalence in endurance athletes with complex ventricular arrhythmias of right ventricular origin
  69. Continuing Medical Education Program inEchocardiography
  70. Left Ventricular Torsion Parameters are Affected by Acute Changes in Load
  71. The echocardiographic assessment of the right ventricle: what to do in 2010?
  72. What Limits Cardiac Performance during Exercise in Normal Subjects and in Healthy Fontan Patients?
  73. Lower than Expected Desmosomal Gene Mutation Prevalence in Endurance Athletes with Complex Ventricular Arrhythmias of Right Ventricular Origin
  74. Left ventricular strain and strain rate: characterization of the effect of load in human subjects
  75. The Fontan circulation: who controls cardiac output?
  76. Left Ventricular Untwisting Is an Important Determinant of Early Diastolic Function
  77. Athlete's Heart: The Potential for Multimodality Imaging to Address the Critical Remaining Questions
  79. Strain and Strain Rate: Effect of Load and Relation with Invasive Indices of Cardiac Function
  80. Invasive Validation of Echocardiographic Diagnostic Criteria for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Secondary to Scleroderma
  81. Biochemical and functional abnormalities of left and right ventricular function after ultra-endurance exercise
  82. Augmentation of Left Ventricular Torsion with Exercise is Attenuated with Age
  83. Reduced and delayed untwisting of the left ventricle in patients with hypertension and left ventricular hypertrophy: a study using two-dimensional speckle tracking imaging
  84. Effect of Heart Rate on Tissue Doppler Measures of Diastolic Function
  85. Exercise—Is it Possible to Have Too Much of a Good Thing?
  86. Changes in Left Ventricular Torsion with Exercise are Attenuated with Age
  87. Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Affects the Timing of Untwisting: Changes in Timing may Provide a Novel Index of Diastolic Function