Cardiovascular MRI in Congenital Heart Disease: An Imaging Atlas by Shankar SridharanCardiovascular MRI in Congenital Heart Disease: An Imaging Atlas by Shankar Sridharan

Cardiovascular MRI in Congenital Heart Disease: An Imaging Atlas

byShankar Sridharan, Gemma Price, Oliver Tann

Hardcover | January 15, 2010

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The interpretation of MR images of congenital heart disease can be difficult without previous experience or formal training. This book provides insight into specific, pathologic conditions along with key MR and CT images depicting the pathology with a clear interpretation. Each image is detailed and clearly labeled with a central key for the specific condition, allowing the reader to track anatomical structures through the separate imaging planes. A concise yet clear interpretation of each image is given to aid learning. The imaging planes and protocols used to obtain the images are presented, allowing the user to plan future MR studies of patients with similar conditions.
Title:Cardiovascular MRI in Congenital Heart Disease: An Imaging AtlasFormat:HardcoverDimensions:172 pagesPublished:January 15, 2010Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540698361

ISBN - 13:9783540698364

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From the reviews:"Cardiovascular MRI in Congenital Heart Disease . is an excellent example of what a small imaging atlas should be. It is short but concise, filled with beautiful images and diagrams, and packed with high-yield information. . the still images are of excellent quality, and the findings are well demonstrated. . an excellent reference atlas for reviewing the appearance of congenital cardiac anomalies on MRI scans. . could be exceptionally useful to any reader asked to perform an MRI scan on patients with congenital heart disease." (Daniel Cornfeld, Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 304 (21), December, 2010)