- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Pediatrics
- Pediatric Cardiology
- Hospital Affiliations
- Mount Sinai Beth Israel
- The Mount Sinai Hospital
Dr. Lytrivi received her medical degree from the University of Athens and completed her residency in General Pediatrics at Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey. She did her pediatric cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai Medical Center where she also completed a fourth year advanced training in non-invasive imaging. She worked as a pediatric cardiologist at Maimonides Medical Center, maintaining a part-time faculty position at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She then went back to her native Greece where she worked in the largest pediatric cardiology center in Athens for two years. Prior to joining Mount Sinai again, she received advanced training in heart failure/heart transplant at Boston Children’s Hospital. She is currently the Medical Director of the Pediatric Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Service as of January 2012.
American Board of Pediatrics
MD, University of Athens
Monmouth Medical Center
Fellowship, Pediatric Cardiology
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Dr. Lytrivi’s mainresearch interest is the non-invasive assessment of cardiac function before and after heart transplantation.
Lytrivi I, Ko H, Srivastava S, Norton K, Goldman J, Parness I, Lai W, Nielsen J. Regional differences in right ventricular systolic function as determined by cine magnetic resonance imaging after Infundibulotomy.. Am J Cardiol 2004; 94: 970-3.
Lytrivi I, Lai W, Ko H, Nielsen J, Parness I, Srivastava S. Color Doppler Tissue Imaging for Evaluation of Right Ventricular Systolic Function in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease. . J Am Soc Echocardiogr 2005; 18(10): 1099- 1104.
Katz J, Chakravarti S, Ko H, Lytrivi I, Srivastava S, Lai W, Parness I, Nguyen K, Nielsen J. Common Origin of the Innominate and Carotid Arteries: prevalence, nomenclature and surgical implications. . J Am Soc Echocardiogr 2006 December; 19(12): 1446-1448.
Ramaswamy P, Lytrivi I, Paul C, Golden M, Kupferman J. Regression of left ventricular hypertrophy in children with antihypertensive therapy. Pediatr Nephrol. . 2007 January; 22(1): 141-143.
Ramaswamy P, Lytrivi I, Srivastava S, Sharma S, Ko H, Parness I, Lai W. Left atrial appendage: variations in morphology and position causing pitfalls in pediatric echocardiographic diagnosis. . J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2007 August; 20(8): 1011-1016.
Lytrivi I, Wong A, Ko H, Chandra S, Nielsen J, Srivastava S, Lai W, Parness I. Echocardiographic diagnosis of clinically silent congenital coronary artery anomalies.. Int J Cardiol 2008 June; 126(3): 386-393.
Ramaswamy P, Lytrivi I, Thanjan M, Nguyen T, Srivastava S, Sharma S, Ko H, Parness I, Lai W. Frequency of aberrant subclavian artery, arch laterality and associated intracardiac anomalies detected by echocardiography. . Am J Cardiol 2008 March 1; 101(5): 677-82.
Kaur A, Srivastava S, Lytrivi I, Nguyen K, Lai W, Parness I. Echocardiographic Evaluation and Surgical Implications of Common Atrioventricular Canal Defects with Absent or Diminutive Ostium Primum Defect. . Am J Cardiol 2008 June 1; 101(11): 1648-51.
Ramaswamy P, Patel E, Fahey M, Lytrivi I, Kupferman J. Electrocardiographic predictors of left ventricular hypertrophy in pediatric hypertension.. J of Pediatrics 2009 January; 154(1): 106-10.
Beaton A, Nguyen T, Ramaswamy P, Lytrivi I, Lai W, Parness I, Srivastava S. Relation of Coarctation of Aorta to the Occurrence of Ascending Aortic Dilation in Children and Young Adults with Bicuspid Aortic Valves. . Am J Cardiol 2009 January 15; 103(2): 266-70.
Fahey M, Ko H, Srivastava S, Lai W, Lytrivi I. A Comparison of Echocardiographic Techniques in Determination of Arterial Elasticity in the Pediatric Population. . Echocardiography 2009 May; 26(5): 567-73.
Sfyridis P, Lytrivi I, Kirvassilis G, Michalis M, Papagiannis J, Sarris G. Anterior Aortic Reimplantation of Anomalous Left Coronary Artery from the Plmonary Artery (ALCAPA) Originating from the Non-facing Sinus in an Adult. . J Card Surg 2010 March; 25(2): 214-7.
Lytrivi I, Avramidis D, Sfyridis P, Kirvassilis G, Sarris G, Papagiannis J. Atresia of the superior vena cava causing cyanosis and enlarging head circumference in an infant. . Cong Heart Dis 2010 May-June; 5(3): 309-11.
Nielsen J, Lytrivi I, Ko H, Yau J, Bhatla P, Parness I, Srivastava S. The Accuracy of Echocardiographic Assessment of Left Ventricular Size in Children by the 5/6 Area x Length (Bullet) Method. . Echocardiography 2010 July; 27(6): 691-5.
Kupferman J, Paterno K, Mahgerefteh J, Pagala M, Golden M, Lytrivi I, Ramaswamy P. Improvement of left ventricular mass with antihypertensive therapy in children with hypertension.. Pediatr Nephrol. 2010 August; 25(8): 1513-8.
Sfyridis P, Lytrivi I, Avramidis D, Zavaropoulos P, Kirvassilis G, Papagiannis J, Sarris G. The Fontan procedure in Greece: early surgical results and excellent mid-term outcome. . Hellenic J Cardiol 2010 July-August; 51(4): 323-9.
Lytrivi I, Bhatla P, Ko H, Yau J, Parness I, Nielsen J. Normal Values for Left Ventricular Volume in Infants and Young Children by the Subxiphoid Five-Sixth Area by Length (Bullet) Method. . J Am Soc Echocardiogr 2011 February; 24(2): 214-18.
Sasaki N, Garcia M, Lytrivi I, Ko H, Nielsen J, Parness I, Srivastava S. Utility of Doppler Tissue Imaging-Derived Indices in Identifying Subclinical Systolic Ventricular Dysfunction in Children With Restrictive Cardiomyopathy.. Pediatr Cardiol. 2011 Mar 27;: [Epub ahead of print].
Lytrivi I, Sfyridis P, Papagiannis J, Kirvassilis G, Zavaropoulos P, Sarris G. . Impact of age at Fontan completion on functional status at mid-term follow-up. . Hellenic J Cardiol 2011 Mar-Apr; 52(2): 118-22.
Walsh R, Srivastava S, Parness I, Nielsen J, Lytrivi I. Imaging Congenital Coronary Artery Anomalies. . Ped Radiol 2011; 41(12): 1526-35.
Bhatla P, Nielsen J, Ko H, Doucette J, Lytrivi I, Srivastava S. Normal values of left atrial volume in pediatric age group using a validated allometric model. . Circ Cardiovasc Imaging 2012 Oct 16;: [Epub ahead of print] .
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