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Abstract #3012

Evaluation myocardial fibrosis in diabetes with cardiac magnetic resonance T1-mapping: correlation with the metabolic and diabetic duration

Yue Gao1, Zhigang Yang1, Xi Liu1, Linjun Xie2, Li Jiang1, Biyue Hu1, and Yingkun Guo1

1west china hospital, sichuan university, chengdu, China, 2West China Second University Hospital, chengdu, China

In order to clarify the relationship among diffuse myocardial fibrosis and abnormal metabolic and duration and diabetes, we compared the T1 mapping parameters on cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR). type 2 diabetes (T2DM) patients and normal controls were enrolled and performed CMR both. Our results showed ECV were higher in T2DM than controls, and positively associated with high level glycosylated hemoglobin and longer duration diabetes. Diabetes myocardial fibrosis could be effectively detected by CMR T1 mapping. The trend of myocardial fibrosis in patients with hyperglycemia and long-term duration is more obvious

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