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Del Nido, Pedro
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Patient-specific mitral leaflet segmentation from 4D ultrasound.
Robotic force stabilization for beating heart intracardiac surgery.
Using contracting band to improve right ventricle ejection fraction for patients with repaired tetralogy of Fallot: a modeling study using patient-specific CMR-based 2-layer anisotropic models of human right and left ventricles.
Myocyte apoptosis occurs early during the development of pressure-overload hypertrophy in infant myocardium.
Clinical and stent-related outcomes after transcatheter or operative placement of bare-metal stents in the ventricular septum or subvalvar systemic outflow tract.
Straightening of curved pattern of collagen fibers under load controls aortic valve shape.
Pressure overload induces IL-18 and IL-18R expression, but markedly suppresses IL-18BP expression in a rabbit model. IL-18 potentiates TNF-a-induced cardiomyocyte death.
Mechanical stress is associated with right ventricular response to pulmonary valve replacement in patients with repaired tetralogy of Fallot.
Multi-Physics MRI-Based Two-Layer Fluid-Structure Interaction Anisotropic Models of Human Right and Left Ventricles with Different Patch Materials: Cardiac Function Assessment and Mechanical Stress Analysis.
Potential role of mechanical stress in the etiology of pediatric heart disease: septal shear stress in subaortic stenosis.
Mechanical Properties of Autologous Pericardium Change With Fixation Time: Implications for Valve Reconstruction.
Ventricle stress/strain comparisons between Tetralogy of Fallot patients and healthy using models with different zero-load diastole and systole morphologies.