Cardiac catheterisation guided by MRI in children and adults with congenital heart disease

@article{Razavi2003CardiacCG,
  title={Cardiac catheterisation guided by MRI in children and adults with congenital heart disease},
  author={Reza Razavi and Derek L. G. Hill and Stephen F. Keevil and Marc E. Miquel and Vivek Muthurangu and Sanjeet Hegde and Kawal S. Rhode and Michael Barnett and J. J. van Vaals and David John Hawkes and Edward J. Baker},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2003},
  volume={362},
  pages={1877-1882}
}
BACKGROUND Fluoroscopically guided cardiac catheterisation is an essential tool for diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart disease. Drawbacks include poor soft tissue visualisation and exposure to radiation. We describe the first 16 cases of a novel method of cardiac catheterisation guided by MRI with radiographic support. METHODS In our cardiac catheterisation laboratory, we combine magnetic resonance and radiographic imaging facilities. We used MRI to measure flow and morphology, and… Expand
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