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Residual Contrast Media in the Azygos Vein: An Uncommon Pseudolesion in Computed Tomography Coronary Angiography

Yew MS, Kaur R, Lee WL, Omar HB, Lee YS

Contrast reflux from superior vena cava into azygos system may be mistaken for pathology. We report a case occurring during CT coronary angiography (CTCA) causing diagnostic uncertainty. A linear hyperdensity anterior...
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The Importance of Pulmonary Vein Drainage Assessment in Secundum-type Atrial Septal Defect Patients: Where Did It Go?

Harlyjoy BC, Roebiono PS, Kurniawati Y, Prakoso R, Lilyasari O

Objective: Partial anomalous pulmonary vein drainage (PAPVD) describes a pattern where ≥1, but not all, pulmonary veins do not drain into the left atrium. It has traditionally been associated with...
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Splenic T1-Mapping for Predicting Adenosine Stress Adequacy in Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Myocardial Perfusion Imaging: A Validation and Reproducibility Study

Wan FFy, Yeung CMm, Yam Pk, Ng Pp, Chow BCk, Chiang JB, Lee JCy, Cheung KKy, Ng My

Objective: Splenic switch-off (SSO) sign has been utilized as a surrogate marker of adequate stress but can only be assessed after first-pass perfusion imaging. A study previously reported that drop...
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Evolution of Medical Conferences for Congenital Heart Disease Imagers in the Era of COVID-19: From Onsite to Virtual Meetings

Tsai IC, Goo HW, Latiff HA, Goo SY, Park SJ

Due to COVID-19, onsite medical conferences were converted to virtual or hybrid formats, which have been widely accepted and successful. However, hands-on training and workshops among groups studying congenital heart...
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Principles and Clinical Applications of Feature-Tracking Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Literature Review

Kumar P, Chopra R

Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging has become a major tool for assessing patients with left ventricular dysfunction. CMR-derived volume, function, and late gadolinium enhancement (LGE) are the most important components...
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ASCI 2022: Report of Scientific Programme

Lun Poon WW, Cheung SCW, Chan CWS

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