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It allows a 3D observation of the cardiac structures and large vessels. This facilitates an intuitive assessment of the cardiac anat- omy, ventricular function, and valvular pathologies.
This technique has the potential to improve and extend the diagnostic possibilities . The main advantage of 3D echocardiography is the possibility of obtaining a global view of the arteriiso of the cardiac structures being studied and views from any orientation inside this volume.
As with any technology, 3D echocardiography requires a training period for the operator, particularly in data pro- cessing. Paradoxically, although the device is more com- plex than the traditional 2D echocardiograph, 3D data acquisition is simpler and even faster than 2D perrls acquisi- tion.
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The acquisition of a few recordings from the right and left parasternal views may be sufficient to gather all data necessary for a complete 3D examination, including most of the 2D classical views. This is done by cropping and selecting views from the raw data.
Therefore this acquisi- tion method could eventually be performed by minimally trained operators. With 3D echocardiography the acquisition process is simpler and the operator learn- ing curve shifts toward postacquisition image processing.
They were essentially based on independent 2D images being reconstructed into a 3D image. These 2D images are then aligned according.