Operator-independent isotropic three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging for morphology in congenital heart disease: a validation study.

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BACKGROUND Operator-independent isotropic 3D MRI may greatly simplify the assessment of complex morphology in congenital heart disease. We sought to evaluate the reliability of this new approach. METHODS AND RESULTS In 31 adolescent and adult patients (age, 6 to 42 years; median, 16 years) with congenital heart disease, cardiac morphology was determined… (More)

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