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Abstract #2528

Evaluation of Cardiac Function in Type-1 Diabetes Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging

El-Sayed H. Ibrahim1, Jadranka Stojanovska1, Scott Swanson1, Claire Duvernoy1, and Rodica Pop-Busui1

1University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

This study evaluates the association between MRI-derived parameteers of cardiac function in Type-1 diabetes (T1DM) at baseline and 3-years follow-up, and compares the results to healthy controls (HC). There were no differences between T1DM and HC at baseline in the measured variables. In T1DM, only left-ventricular (LV) mass-ratio and basal circumferential strain significantly decreased from baseline to follow-up. Mitral early-to-atrial filling-rate (representing diastolic function) increased, and apical torsion decreased from baseline to follow-up, although these differences were not significant. Among the parameters that showed differences between baseline and follow-up, only LV mass-ratio showed significant difference between female and male patients.

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