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Hyperpolarized 13C urea myocardial first-pass perfusion imaging using velocity-selective excitation
Maximilian Fuetterer, et al.
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Targeted endomyocardial biopsy guided by real-time cardiovascular magnetic resonance
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Longitudinal assessment of right ventricular structure and function by cardiovascular magnetic resonance in breast cancer patients treated with trastuzumab: a prospective observational study
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Myocardial perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance: optimized dual sequence and reconstruction for quantification
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Blood correction reduces variability and gender differences in native myocardial T1 values at 1.5 T cardiovascular magnetic resonance – a derivation/validation approach
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4D MUSIC CMR: value-based imaging of neonates and infants with congenital heart disease
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Cardiac 4D phase-contrast CMR at 9.4 T using self-gated ultra-short echo time (UTE) imaging
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Abnormal T2 mapping cardiovascular magnetic resonance correlates with adverse clinical outcome in patients with suspected acute myocarditis
Maximilian Spieker, et al.
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