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Longitudinal changes in extent of late gadolinium enhancement in repaired Tetralogy of Fallot: a retrospective analysis of serial CMRs
Saengsin, et al.
Published on 21th of June 2021

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Use of quantitative cardiovascular magnetic resonance myocardial perfusion mapping for characterization of ischemia in patients with left internal mammary coronary artery bypass grafts
Seraphim, et al.
Published on 17th of June 2021

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Right ventricular insertion site fibrosis in a dilated cardiomyopathy referral population: phenotypic associations and value for the prediction of heart failure admission or death
Mikami, et al.
Published on 17th of June 2021

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Ultrahigh-field cardiovascular magnetic resonance T1 and T2 mapping for the assessment of anthracycline-induced cardiotoxicity in rat models: validation against histopathologic changes
Park, et al.
Published on 17th of June 2021

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Regional adiposity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and left ventricular strain: an analysis from the Dallas Heart Study
Kondamudi, et al.
Published on 14th of June 2021

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Identification of high risk clinical and imaging features for intracranial artery dissection using high-resolution cardiovascular magnetic resonance
Shi, et al.
Published on 14th of June 2021

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Myocardial iron overload by cardiovascular magnetic resonance native segmental T1 mapping: a sensitive approach that correlates with cardiac complications
Meloni, et al.
Published on 14th of June 2021

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Demographic, multi-morbidity and genetic impact on myocardial involvement and its recovery from COVID-19: protocol design of COVID-HEART—a UK, multicentre, observational study
Gorechka, et al.
Published on 10th of June 2021

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First-phase ejection fraction by cardiovascular magnetic resonance predicts outcomes in aortic stenosis
Gu, et al.
Published on 10th of June 2021

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Prognostic value of cardiovascular magnetic resonance left ventricular volumetry and geometry in patients receiving an implantable cardioverter defibrillator
Fresno, et al.
Published on 10th of June 2021

The Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance offers CME credits to participants who successfully complete the required activity for CME articles. For more information on the CME credits and the full list of CME articles visit the SCMR site.

Latest CME articles:

RESEARCH
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance predictors of heart failure in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: the role of myocardial replacement fibrosis and the microcirculation
Claire E. Raphael, et al.
Published on: 08 March 2021

RESEARCH
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance accurately detects obstructive coronary artery disease in suspected non-ST elevation myocardial infarction: a sub-analysis of the CARMENTA Trial
Yvonne J. M. van Cauteren, et al.
Published on: 22 March 2021

RESEARCH
Multiparametric exercise stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the diagnosis of coronary artery disease: the EMPIRE trial
Thu-Thao Le, et al.
Published on: 04 March 2021

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Accelerated high-resolution free-breathing 3D whole-heart T2-prepared black-blood and bright-blood cardiovascular magnetic resonance
Teresa Correia, et al.
Published on: 14 December 2020

RESEARCH
Layer-specific strain in patients with heart failure using cardiovascular magnetic resonance: not all layers are the same
Lingyu Xu, et al.
Published on: 03 December 2020

RESEARCH
Myocardial fibrosis in asymptomatic and symptomatic chronic severe primary mitral regurgitation and relationship to tissue characterisation and left ventricular function on cardiovascular magnetic resonance
Boyang Liu, et al.
Published on: 14 December 2020

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Left ventricular functional recovery of infarcted and remote myocardium after ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (METOCARD-CNIC randomized clinical trial substudy)
Tomaz Podlesnikar, et al.
Published on: 11 June 2020

REVIEW
Exercise cardiovascular magnetic resonance: development, current utility and future applications
Thomas P. Craven, et al.
Published on: 10 September 2020

RESEARCH
Breath-hold and free-breathing quantitative assessment of biventricular volume and function using compressed SENSE: a clinical validation in children and young adults
Murat Kocaoglu, et al.
Published on: 27 July 2020

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JCMR Journal Club is an expert online discussion with JCMR editors and authors - and you! JCMR editors pick recently published articles and discuss outcomes with the authors.

The forthcoming JCMR Journal Club will take place on
July 14, 2021 at 11 AM EDT. Dr. Raymond Kwong will lead the discussion with the presenting authors.

Please follow the link to the online registration.

Dr. Kwong will be joined by Dr. Alessia Pepe to discuss their recently published article "Myocardial iron overload by cardiovascular magnetic resonance native segmental T1 mapping: a sensitive approach that correlates with cardiac complications".

JCMR Journal Club Recordings and CME
Did you miss the previous JCMR Journal Club? You can watch all recordings via the SCMR website.

For June, Journal Club Dr. Ying Zhang presented the article "Comparing cardiovascular magnetic resonance strain software packages by their abilities to discriminate outcomes in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction".

Journal Club in May saw Dr. Matthias Stuber joined by Thu-Thao Le to discuss their recently published article "Multiparametric exercise stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the diagnosis of coronary artery disease: the EMPIRE trial".

April's journal club was a discussion between Dr. Raymond Kwong and Theo Pezel, to discuss the latter's paper "Long-term prognostic value of stress perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance in patients without known coronary artery disease".

In March's Journal Club, Dr. Flamm was joined by Drs. Claire Raphael and Sanjay Prasad to talk about their article "Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Predictors of Heart Failure in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: The Role of Myocardial Replacement Fibrosis and the Microcirculation".

Dr. Stuber hosted the February Journal Club to discuss "Clinical application of free-breathing 3D whole heart late gadolinium enhancement cardiovascular magnetic resonance with high isotropic spatial resolution using Compressed SENSE" with Dr. Pennig.

The January Journal Club was moderated by Dr. Kwong who was joined by Dr. Podlesnikar to discuss "Left ventricular functional recovery of infarcted and remote myocardium after ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (METOCARD-CNIC randomized clinical trial substudy)".

The December Journal Club was moderated by Dr. Flamm who discussed "Accelerated High-resolution Free-breathing 3D whole-heart T2-prepared Black-blood and Bright-blood CMR" with Drs. Correia and Prieto.

The November Journal Club recording shows the discussion with Dr. Stuber and Dr. Craven on "Exercise cardiovascular magnetic resonance: development, current utility and future applications". Take the CME quiz and earn credits.

Watch the recording of the October Journal Club with Dr. Kwong and Dr. Pednekar about "Breath-hold and free-breathing quantitative assessment of biventricular volume and function using compressed SENSE: a clinical validation in children and young adults". You can earn CME via the quiz.

In September Dr. Flamm discussed the article "Prevalence and pattern of cardiovascular magnetic resonance late gadolinium enhancement in highly trained endurance athletes" with Dr. Domenech-Ximenos. Watch the recording and earn CME via SCMR!

The August Journal Club was moderated by Dr. Kwong with author and presenter Dr. Nagel. The article "Sub-segmental quantification of single (stress)-pass perfusion CMR improves the diagnostic accuracy for detection of obstructive coronary artery disease" was discussed. CME quiz is available for this article.

The July Journal Club recording shows the discussion with Dr. Stuber and Dr. Campbell-Washburn on "A comparison of cine CMR imaging at 0.55 T and 1.5 T". Take the CME quiz and earn credits.

Watch the recording of the June discussion with Dr. Flamm and Dr. Snel on the article "Cardiovascular magnetic resonance native T2 and T2* quantitative values for cardiomyopathies and heart transplantations: a systematic review and meta-analysis". You can earn CME via SCMR.

Dr. Kwong and Dr. Qi discussed "Respiratory motion-compensated high-resolution 3D whole-heart T1ρ mapping" in May. You can watch the recording and earn CME by taking the quiz.

JCMR Journal Club with Dr. Flamm and Dr. Le on "The application of exercise stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance in patients with suspected dilated cardiomyopathy" Now you know all about this topic? Earn CME via SCMR!

Dr. Kwong and Dr. Alkhalil discussed "Hyper acute cardiovascular magnetic resonance T1 mapping predicts infarct characteristics in patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction" in the first JCMR Journal Club. You can earn CME via SCMR.

JCMR Translations

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.

SCMR 2020 abstracts

Proceedings from the 23rd Annual SCMR Scientific Sessions are now available online

APC support for SCMR members

Submissions from SCMR members are applicable to be charged a reduced article-processing charge of USD $500. Select the SCMR membership account at the payment stage in the submission process. More information on becoming an SCMR member can be found on the SCMR website.

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.

Featured article: Identifying lung water quantification using cardiovascular magnetic resonance

Pulmonary edema is a central feature of heart failure found in >50% of patients with acute decompensated or ambulatory disease. However, there are no quantitative tests currently available in clinical practice. In this study, Thompson et al. developed a simple magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) approach for lung water quantification, to correlate MRI derived lung water with intra-cardiac pressures and to determine its prognostic significance.

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SCMR case of the week

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Value of cardiac MRI in diagnosis and prognostication in a case of relapsing Eosinophilic Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis with myocardial involvementNew murmur in an asymptomatic ten-year-old
Sweeney A, Hamilton-Craig C, Katikireddi S.

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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.

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.

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