Visual assessment of relative apical sparing pattern is more useful than quantitative assessment for diagnosing cardiac amyloidosis in borderline or mildly increased left ventricular wall thickness

Ga Yeon Lee, Hyung Kwan Kim, Jin Oh Choi, Sung A. Chang, Jae K. Oh, Eun Seok Jeon, Dae Won Sohn

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