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Post-implantation CMR imaging to study biventricular pacing effects on the right ventricle in left bundle branch block patients.

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is an established treatment for heart failure patients with left ventricular dysfunction and a left bundle branch block. However, its impact on right ventricular (RV) function remains uncertain. This cardiac magnetic resonance imaging study found that CRT did not improve RV volumes and function, and CRT-off during follow-up had an immediate detrimental effect on the RV, which may suggest potential unfavorable RV remodeling with RV pacing during CRT.

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