Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Congenital Heart Disease

  • Mushabbar A. Syed
  • Raad H. Mohiaddin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Roger Luechinger
    Pages 39-46
  3. Pierangelo Renella, J. Paul Finn
    Pages 47-61
  4. Henryk Kafka, Raad H. Mohiaddin
    Pages 63-83
  5. Sharon L. Roble, Subha V. Raman
    Pages 85-94
  6. Frédérique Bailliard, Marina L. Hughes
    Pages 95-118
  7. Michael A. Quail, Vivek Muthurangu, Andrew M. Taylor
    Pages 119-132
  8. Steve W. Leung, Mushabbar A. Syed
    Pages 133-142
  9. Puja Banka, Tal Geva
    Pages 143-161
  10. Anna N. Seale, Philip J. Kilner
    Pages 163-173
  11. Joel R. Wilson, Mushabbar A. Syed
    Pages 175-190
  12. Sylvia S. M. Chen, Raad H. Mohiaddin
    Pages 191-210
  13. Rory O’Hanlon, Raad H. Mohiaddin
    Pages 211-229
  14. Andrew M. Crean
    Pages 231-252
  15. Edward T. Martin
    Pages 253-263
  16. Mushabbar A. Syed, Raad H. Mohiaddin
    Pages 265-279
  17. Emanuela R. Valsangiacomo Buechel
    Pages 281-292
  18. Vivek Muthurangu, Oliver Richard Tann, Andrew M. Taylor
    Pages 293-301
  19. Sonya V. Babu-Narayan, Jennifer Keegan, Sabine I. S. Ernst
    Pages 303-320
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 321-327

About this book


Over past two decades, cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) has come to occupy an ever more important place in the assessment and management of patients with congenital heart defects (CHD) and other cardiovascular disorders. It offers an ever-expanding amount of information about the heart and circulation, provides outstanding images of cardiovascular morphology and function, is increasingly being used to detect pathologic fibrosis, and has an expanding role in the assessment of myocardial viability. Despite its impressive clinical performance, its limitations and weaknesses also need to be clearly understood.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Congenital Heart Disease is an excellent foundation for any reader not familiar with the field whether they are imagers or clinicians who deal with cardiovascular disease. It also describes the technical details of MRI techniques to help the clinician understand the most important elements of CMR in assessing and managing their patients. In creating the book, the editors have assembled a world-renowned panel of contributors to review the use of CMR in CHD and make it accessible to those working in the field and to those who use the information derived from CMR in their clinical practice.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Mushabbar A. Syed
    • 1
  • Raad H. Mohiaddin
    • 2
  1. 1., Stritch School of MedicineLoyola University ChicagoMaywoodUSA
  2. 2.Magnetic Resonance UnitRoyal Brompton HospitalLondonUnited Kingdom

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