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This study demonstrates clinical feasibility of quantifying ventricular volumes and function using VMS+ on native 3DE datasets from normal and repaired TOF hearts.  Analyses times with semiautomatic detection for the LV, however for the RV, VMS+ analysis times were longer.  RV volumes obtained by VMS+ were greater than those by semiautomatic border detection, likely due to better outflow tract inclusion with VMS+. 

EuroEcho 2018 - Application of Knowledge-Based Reconstruction to Three Dimensional Echocardiography and Comparison with Semiautomatic Border Detection Method for Evaluating Ventricular Function in Tetralogy of Fallot

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ASE 2019 - Determination of LV volume and ejection fraction with a novel 3D knowledge based reconstruction technique in comparison with contrast echocardiography measurements

The study concluded ​the use of the Ventripoint knowledge based reconstruction technique revealed no significant differences in the measurement of ventricular volumes or EF in comparison to contrast echocardiography
measurements.

The study concluded ​the use of the Ventripoint knowledge based reconstruction technique revealed no significant differences in the measurement of ventricular volumes or EF in comparison to contrast echocardiography
measurements.

Knowledge-based 3D reconstruction compared to MRI for evaluation of right ventricular volumes and function in congenital heart diseases affecting the right ventricle

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Two-dimensional KBR is an accurate, novel technique for RV volumetric quantification in PH, with superior test-retest reproducibility compared with conventional 2D echocardiographic RV FAC

Accuracy and Test-Retest Reproducibility of Two-Dimensional Knowledge-Based Volumetric Reconstruction of the Right Ventricle in Pulmonary Hypertension