Quantitative cardiovascular magnetic resonance perfusion imaging identifies reduced flow reserve in microvascular coronary artery disease
Benjamin Zorach, et al.
Published on: 22 February 2018
Comparison of fast multi-slice and standard segmented techniques for detection of late gadolinium enhancement in ischemic and non-ischemic cardiomyopathy – a prospective clinical cardiovascular magnetic resonance trial
Fabian Muehlberg, et al.
Published on: 19 February 2018
Cardiovascular cine imaging and flow evaluation using Fast Interrupted Steady-State (FISS) magnetic resonance
Robert R. Edelman, et al.
Published on: 19 February 2018
Non-invasive differentiation of idiopathic inflammatory myopathy with cardiac involvement from acute viral myocarditis using cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging T1 and T2 mapping
Adrian T. Huber, et al.
Published on: 12 February 2018
Differential flow improvements after valve replacements in bicuspid aortic valve disease: a cardiovascular magnetic resonance assessment
Malenka M. Bissell, et al.
Published on: 8 February 2018
Simple motion correction strategy reduces respiratory-induced motion artifacts for k-t accelerated and compressed-sensing cardiovascular magnetic resonance perfusion imaging
Ruixi Zhou, et al.
Published on: 1 February 2018
The growth and evolution of cardiovascular magnetic resonance: a 20-year history of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) annual scientific sessions
Daniel C. Lee, et al.
Published on: 31 January 2018
The Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance offers CME credits to participants who successfully complete the required activity for these listed articles. For more information on the CME credits visit the SCMR site.
Quantification of mitral regurgitation in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy using aortic and pulmonary flow data: impacts of left ventricular outflow tract obstruction and different left ventricular segmentation methods
Mateusz Śpiewak et al.
Published on: 21 December 2017
Cardiac amyloidosis is prevalent in older patients with aortic stenosis and carries worse prognosis
João L. Cavalcante et al.
Published on: 7 December 2017
Prognostic utility of differential tissue characterization of cardiac neoplasm and thrombus via late gadolinium enhancement cardiovascular magnetic resonance among patients with advanced systemic cancer
Angel T. Chan, et al.
Published on: 12 October 2017
Aims and scope
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (JCMR) publishes high-quality articles on all aspects of basic, translational and clinical research on the design, development, manufacture, and evaluation of cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) methods applied to the cardiovascular system. Topical areas include, but are not limited to:
- New applications of magnetic resonance to improve the diagnostic strategies, risk stratification, characterization and management of diseases affecting the cardiovascular system.
- New methods to enhance or accelerate image acquisition and data analysis.
- Results of multicenter, or larger single-center studies that provide insight into the utility of CMR.
- Basic biological perceptions derived by CMR methods.
Read JCMR to earn CME credits
SCMR are now able to offer CME (Continued Medical Education) credits for reading research published in JCMR. More information is available on the SCMR site.
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Lower extremity edema: Long term complication of PAPVR
Jennifer Gerardin, MD; Wendy Book, MD; Anurag Sahu, MD
SCMR 2018 abstracts
Proceedings from CMR 2018: A Joint EuroCMR/SCMR Meeting are now available online.
Selected articles published in JCMR are being translated into various languages as part of a project coordinated by the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. You can see the latest translated articles on the SCMR translated publications page.
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance is the official publication of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR).
The mission of SCMR is to improve cardiovascular health by advancing the field of CMR through education, advocacy, networking, research and clinical excellence. The long term vision is that the expanded recognition and utilization of CMR will improve cardiovascular health and outcomes within the next 5 years.
SCMR covers article-processing charges on behalf of its members. SCMR members should contact HQ@scmr.com to request the discount code, before submitting their manuscript.