Myocardial viability of the peri-infarct region measured by T1 mapping post manganese-enhanced MRI correlates with LV dysfunction. International journal of cardiology Tada, Y., Heidary, S., Tachibana, A., Zaman, J., Neofytou, E., Dash, R., Wu, J. C., Yang, P. C. 2019


BACKGROUND: Manganese-enhanced MRI (MEMRI) detects viable cardiomyocytes based on the intracellular manganese uptake via L-type calcium-channels. This study aimed to quantify myocardial viability based on manganese uptake by viable myocardium in the infarct core (IC), peri-infarct region (PIR) and remote myocardium (RM) using T1 mapping before and after MEMRI and assess their association with cardiac function and arrhythmogenesis.METHODS: Fifteen female swine had a 60-minute balloon ischemia-reperfusion injury in the LAD. MRI (Signa 3T, GE Healthcare) and electrophysiological study (EPS) were performed 4?weeks later. MEMRI and delayed gadolinium-enhanced MRI (DEMRI) were acquired on LV short axis. The DEMRI positive total infarct area was subdivided into the regions of MEMRI-negative non-viable IC and MEMRI-positive viable PIR. T1 mapping was performed to evaluate native T1, post-MEMRI T1, and delta R1 (R1post-R1pre, where R1 equals 1/T1) of each territory. Their correlation with LV function and EPS data was assessed.RESULTS: PIR was characterized by intermediate native T1 (1530.5?±?75.2?ms) compared to IC (1634.7?±?88.4?ms, p?=?0.001) and RM (1406.4?±?37.9?ms, p?

View details for PubMedID 30739802