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This investigator-initiated study was partially funded by a GE Healthcare grant (Chalfont St. Giles, United Kingdom) under an agreement that the study be conducted independently to reduce funding bias. Accordingly, the study was designed, performed, analyzed, interpreted, and written by the investigators without the involvement, review, or prepublication approval of GE Healthcare.