Cardiac MRI evaluation of myocardial disease

@article{Captur2016CardiacME,
  title={Cardiac MRI evaluation of myocardial disease},
  author={G. Captur and C. Manisty and J. Moon},
  journal={Heart},
  year={2016},
  volume={102},
  pages={1429 - 1435}
}
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) is a key imaging technique for cardiac phenotyping with a major clinical role. It can assess advanced aspects of cardiac structure and function, scar burden and other myocardial tissue characteristics but there is new information that can now be derived. This can fill many of the gaps in our knowledge with the potential to change thinking, disease classifications and definitions as well as patient care. Established techniques such as the late gadolinium… Expand
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