Cardiovascular magnetic resonance can detect occult anthracycline cardiotoxicity in adolescents and young adults cancer survivors with normal ejection fraction


Background Risk stratification and early monitoring of anthracyclineinduced cardiotoxicity is crucial. It has been shown that early histopathological changes occur well before myocardial functional abnormalities can be detected. Additionally a long period of latency with clinical recovery of systolic function before the development of overt heart failure… (More)


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