The effect of age in the cardiac MRI evaluation of the athlete's heart

 

Mature (40-60 years old) Male Left Ventricular (LV) End-Diastolic Volumes (EDV ml) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile

 

Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)
Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)

Mature (40-60 years old) Female Left Ventricular (LV) End-Diastolic Volumes (EDV ml) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile

Mature (40-60 years old) Female Right Ventricular (RV) End-Diastolic Volumes (EDV ml) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile

Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)
Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)

Mature (40-60 years old) Male Left Ventricular (LV) Mass (g) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile

 

Mature (40-60 years old) Female Left Ventricular (LV) Mass (g) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile

Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)
Reference normal values cardiac MRI (Reference CMR)

Mature (40-60 years old) Male Right Ventricular (RV) End-Diastolic Volumes (EDV ml) corrected for Body Surface Area (BSA m^2)
Mean +/- standard deviation (SD) and 95th percentile


Please first calculate the body surface area from subject length and weight according to the Dubois and Dubois formula and then divide the subject EDV and Wall-mass by the BSA to correct for it.