Imaging and Diagnosis

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Tips and Tricks in Imaging Your Patients With Valvular Heart Disease

Philippe Pibarot, Patrizio Lancellotti, Jose Luis Zamorano et al

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The Prognostic Role of CMR Tissue Characterisation in HF

Robert D Adam, James Shambrook, Andrew S Flett,

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The Role Automated 3D Ejection Fraction

Ernest Spitzer, Ben Ren, Felix Zijlstra, et al

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The Impact of Exercise Training on Peak Oxygen Uptake in HFpEF

Wesley J Tucker, Michael D Nelson, Rhys I Beaudry, et al

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Novel Imaging Techniques for Heart Failure

Josep L Melero-Ferrer, Raquel López-Vilella, Herminio Morillas-Climent, et al

About

A number of imaging technologies with overlapping capabilities are available, including echocardiography, cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear cardiology, X-ray computed tomography, positron emission tomography and vascular ultrasound.

Imaging technologies play a substantial role in the implantation of pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators, cardiac resynchronisation therapy and catheter ablation procedures.

Related Articles

Articles

Exercise Training and Heart Failure: A Review of the Literature

Jacqueline H Morris, Leway Chen,

Published:

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2019;5(1):57–61.

The New Heart Failure Association Definition of Advanced Heart Failure

Marco Metra, Elisabetta Dinatolo, Nicolò Dasseni,

Published:

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2019;5(1):5–8.

The Prognostic Role of CMR Tissue Characterisation in HF

Robert D Adam, James Shambrook, Andrew S Flett,

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2017;3(2):86–96.

The Role Automated 3D Ejection Fraction

Ernest Spitzer, Ben Ren, Felix Zijlstra,

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2017;3(2):97–101.