Continuity Gallery

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Model of canine left and right ventricles during systole - Taras Usyk.
Mechanical activation time distribution in a model of bi-ventricular pacing of the canine ventricles - Taras Usyk .
Biventricular mesh of a dog with implanted radioopaque markers for in vivo strain measurement for material parameter optimization. - CTV
MR stack of the Johns Hopkins human heart. - CTV
Thickness of LV posterolateral infarct   wrt to normal  blue   0, red   50.  Roy.
Postero-lateral view of the rabbit heart ventricular model. Yellow, endocardial fibers. Blue, epicardial fibers - Fred Vetter.
Chronic infarct in canine ventricles paced at left ventricular free wall.  Activation sequence, range  35 ms,  yellow  to 105 ms,  blue - Roy Kerckhoffs.
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Fitting epicardial surface model to experimental measurements  green dots  from rabbit ventricular geometry.
Finite element model of the dog heart based on Nielsen et al,  Am J Physiol, 1991 .
Electrical activation times in a canine heart model viewed from the base.
Glyph representation of a short-axis slice of diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging data of canine ventricular myofiber architecture. Colored by the z-component of the primary eigenvector, though the full tensor is rendered. - ctv
Myofiber orientation represented by diffusion tensor glyphs in a basal section of the anterior left ventricular wall. Colored by the z-component of the primary eigenvector. - ctv
 Model for electrical activation of a wedge of myocardium - Sarah Flaim.
Rabbit ventricular mesh with fibers rendered in Continuity 6.3 - Fred Lionetti.
Mapping regional function. This figure demonstrates a strain map from measurements in an inflated rabbit heart  red denotes larger stretch - Robert Mills.
Model of mouse ventricular anatomy - Jyoti Rao.
Model of mouse ventricular anatomy viewed from base - Jyoti Rao.
Chronic infarct in canine left ventricle, paced at left ventricular free wall, showing strains during ejection ranging from -0.145,  blue  to 0.015,  red.
Chronic infarct in canine left ventricle, paced at left ventricular free wall, showing strains during ejection ranging from -0.145,  blue  to 0.015,  red.
An image of a propagating wavefront in a rabbit ventricular wedge with realistic fiber architecture using the Puglisi-Bers ionic model - Mary Ellen Belik and  Sarah Flaim.

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