Browsing by Author "Mont, Lluís"

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  • Gabrielli, Luigi; Bijnens, Bart; Butakoff, Constantine; Duchateau, Nicolas; Montserrat, Silvia; Merino, Beatriz; Gutierrez, Josep; Paré, Carles; Mont, Lluís; Brugada, Josep; Sitges, Marta (Springer, 2014)
    Purpose Highly trained athletes have an increased risk of atrial arrhythmias. Atrial geometrical and functional remodeling may be the underlying substrate. We analyze and relate atrial size, deformation and performance ...
  • Alcaine, Alejandro; Jáuregui, Beatriz; Soto-Iglesias, David; Acosta, Juan; Penela, Diego; Fernández-Armenta, Juan; Linhart, Markus; Andreu Martínez, David; Mont, Lluís; Laguna, Pablo; Camara, Oscar; Martínez, Juan Pablo; Berruezo Sánchez, Antonio (Hindawi, 2020)
    Background. Voltage mapping allows identifying the arrhythmogenic substrate during scar-related ventricular arrhythmia (VA) ablation procedures. Slow conducting channels (SCCs), defined by the presence of electrogram (EGM) ...
  • Mas‐Stachurska, Aleksandra; Siegert, Anna‐Maria; Batlle, Montserrat; Gorbenko del Blanco, Darya; Meirelles, Thayna; Rubies, Cira; Bonorino, Fabio; Serra‐Peinado, Carla; Bijnens, Bart; Baudin, Julio; Sitges, Marta; Mont, Lluís; Guasch, Eduard; Egea, Gustavo (Wiley, 2017)
    Marfan syndrome (MF) leads to aortic root dilatation and a predisposition to aortic dissection, mitral valve prolapse, and primary and secondary cardiomyopathy. Overall, regular physical exercise is recommended for a healthy ...
  • Nuñez-Garcia, Marta; Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Alarcón, Francisco; Caixal, Gala; Mont, Lluís; Camara, Oscar; Butakoff, Constantine (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
    Two-dimensional representation of 3D anatomical structures is a simple and intuitive way for analysing patient information across populations and image modalities. While cardiac ventricles, especially the left ventricle, ...
  • Sanz de la Garza, Maria; Rubies, Cira; Batlle, Montserrat; Bijnens, Bart; Mont, Lluís; Sitges, Marta; Guasch, Eduard (American Physiological Society, 2017)
    Arrhythmogenic right ventricular (RV) remodeling has been reported in response to regular training, but it remains unclear how exercise intensity affects the presence and extent of such remodeling. We aimed to assess the ...