Peter G Chan

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OBJECTIVES We sought to determine the prevalence of noncardiac pathology in a large consecutive series of patients referred for clinical cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) studies. BACKGROUND The imaging field for many CMR sequences extends outside of the heart border. As a result, noncardiac pathology may be identified. These noncardiac findings have(More)
BACKGROUND Although right bundle branch block (RBBB) delays right ventricular depolarization, its effect on cancellation of right and left ventricular forces within the QRS complex has not been quantified during stable temporal and physiological conditions. Systematic changes in QRS amplitude during transient RBBB bear directly on performance of standard(More)
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