Magnetic resonance imaging of cardiac tumors: experience of a tertiary medical center

Abstract

Background Cardiac tumors are rare, with estimated prevalence of 0.002-0.3% at autopsy. Symptoms and prognosis of cardiac tumors depend on size, location, and intrinsic aggressiveness. Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging is non-invasive and offers unsurpassed soft-tissue characterization. In this study, we sought to examine the CMR imaging of various… (More)

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@inproceedings{Chang2013MagneticRI, title={Magnetic resonance imaging of cardiac tumors: experience of a tertiary medical center}, author={Ian C. Y. Chang and Helina Kassahun and Uma S. Valeti}, year={2013} }