Table 8

Study Findings—Cardiac Morphology

Element NameDefinition
Chamber volume: Left ventricle (Recommended)Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Enlarged
• Small
• Not reported
Chamber volume: Left ventricle, systolic (Optional)Described in ml or not reported.
Chamber volume: Left ventricle, diastolic (Optional)Described in ml or not reported.
Chamber size: Right ventricle (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR) (Optional—CCT)Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Enlarged
• Not reported
Chamber size: Left atrium (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR) (Optional—CCT)Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Enlarged
• Not reported
Chamber size: Right atrium (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR) (Optional—CCT)Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Enlarged
• Not reported
Wall thickness: Left ventricle: Septum: end-diastolic thickness (Optional)Indicate the end-diastolic thickness of the mid-septum, in mm.
Wall thickness: Left ventricle: Inferolateral wall: end-diastolic thickness (Optional)Indicate the end-diastolic thickness of the mid-inferolateral wall, in mm.
Wall thickness: Right ventricle: Free wall: end-diastolic thickness (Optional)Indicate the end-diastolic thickness of the mid-free wall.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Increased
• Not reported
Left ventricular myocardial mass (Optional)Indicate assessment of left ventricular myocardial mass.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Increased
• Not reported
Left ventricular myocardial mass: By body surface area (Derived)Indicate the left ventricular myocardial mass indexed by body surface area.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Increased
• Not reported
Pulmonary veins (Optional—CMR, CCT)Assessment of pulmonary venous configuration in preparation for pulmonary vein isolation/radiofrequency ablation of atrial fibrillation.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal (4 pulmonary veins, normal pulmonary venous drainage into left atrium)
• Variant (variant number of pulmonary veins (usually 3 or 5), but with normal pulmonary venous drainage into left atrium)
• Anomalous (anomalous drainage of 1 or more pulmonary veins into a chamber other than the left atrium)
Intracardiac (nonvalvular) mass: Type (Optional)If an intracardiac mass is present, indicate the type of intracardiac mass.
Choose 1 of the following:
• None
• Vegetation
• Thrombus
• Neoplasm
• Unknown
Intracardiac shunt (Optional)Indicate if the patient has evidence for an intracardiac shunt and etiology.
Choose 1 of the following:
• None
• PFO
• ASD
• VSD
• PDA
• Other
Pericardial: Effusion (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CCT, CMR)Indicate if pericardial effusion is present.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Present
• Absent
Pericardial: Effusion: Size (Optional)If pericardial effusion is present, indicate the overall assessment of its size and/or the maximal end- systolic dimension of the pericardial effusion.
Choose 1 or more of the following:
• Trivial
• Small
• Moderate
• Large
Pericardial effusion: Evidence of increased intrapericardial pressure (Optional)If pericardial effusion is present, indicate if tamponade is present.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Present
• Absent
• Equivocal
• Not assessed
Pericardial: Thickness (Optional)Indicate the thickness of the pericardium.
Choose 1 or more of the following:
• Normal
• Thickened
• Calcified
• Not assessed
Valvular: Aortic: Structure (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CCT, CMR)Indicate if the structure of the aortic valve is abnormal.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Abnormal
• Prosthetic
• Not assessed
Valvular: Aortic: Structure: Cause of abnormality (Optional)If the aortic valve is abnormal, indicate the cause of abnormality in the aortic valve.
Choose any of the following:
• Congenital leaflet abnormality
• Leaflet thickening/calcification
• Vegetation/mass
• Other
• None
• N/A
Valvular: Aortic: Stenosis (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, cardiac cath)Indicate the severity of stenosis in the aortic valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Aortic: Regurgitation (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, cardiac cath)Indicate the severity of regurgitation in the aortic valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Mitral: Structure (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate if the structure of the mitral valve is abnormal.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Abnormal
• Prosthetic
• Annuloplasty ring
• Not assessed
Valvular: Mitral: Structure: Abnormal (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)If the mitral valve is abnormal, indicate the location of the abnormality of the mitral valve.
Choose 1 or more of the following:
• Congenital leaflet abnormality
• Leaflet thickening/calcification
• Vegetation/mass
• Flail
• Prolapse
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Mitral: Annular calcification (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CCT, CMR, cardiac cath)Indicate if there is annular calcification in the mitral valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Present
• Absent
• Not assessed
Valvular: Mitral: Stenosis (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, cardiac cath)Indicate the severity of stenosis in the mitral valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Mitral: Regurgitation (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, cardiac cath)Indicate the severity of regurgitation in the mitral valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Tricuspid: Structure (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate if the structure of the tricuspid valve is abnormal.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Abnormal
• Prosthetic
• Annuloplasty ring
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Tricuspid: Stenosis (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate the severity of stenosis in the tricuspid valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Tricuspid: Regurgitation (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate the severity of regurgitation in the tricuspid valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Pulmonic: Structure (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate if the structure of the pulmonic valve is abnormal.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Normal
• Abnormal
• Prosthetic
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Pulmonic: Stenosis (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR)Indicate the severity of stenosis in the pulmonic valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Valvular: Pulmonic: Regurgitation (Optional)Indicate the severity of regurgitation in the pulmonic valve.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe
• None
• Not assessed
Aorta: Dissection (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, CCTA, cardiac cath)Indicate if the aorta is dissected.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Present
• Absent
• Not assessed
Aorta: Dissection: Present: Stanford Classification (Recommended—TTE, TEE, CMR, CCTA, cardiac cath)If the aorta is dissected, indicate the type of dissection that is present in the aorta.
Choose 1 of the following:
• Stanford type A—all dissections involving the ascending aorta regardless of site of origin
• Stanford type B—all dissections not involving the ascending aorta
Aortic Root: Dilation: EnlargedIndicate if the aortic root is dilated. Choose 1 of the following:
• Present
• Absent
• Not assessed

N/A indicates not applicable.