Transectional echo planar imaging of the heart in cyanotic congenital heart disease

Echo planar imaging is that form of magnetic resonance imaging which gives very short image acquisition times. The method has been used to produce images of the infant heart which are free of cardiorespiratory motion artefact, despite tachypnoea and tachycardia. EPI transections of the normal heart are compared with transections in truncus arteriosus… CONTINUE READING