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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.

Clinical value of dark-blood late gadolinium enhancement cardiovascular magnetic resonance without
additional magnetization preparation

Robert J. Holtackers, et al.
Published on: 29 July  2019

Multiparametric cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging in acute myocarditis: a comparison of different measurement approaches
Darius Dabir, et al.
Published on: 29 August 2019

Quantification of lung water in heart failure using cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging
Richard B. Thompson,et al.
Published on: 12 September 2019

The amount of late gadolinium enhancement outperforms current guideline-recommended criteria in the identification of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at risk of sudden cardiac death
Pedro Freitas, et al.
Published on: 15 August 2019

Comparison of myocardial fibrosis quantification methods by cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging for risk stratification of patients with suspected myocarditis
Christoph Gräni, et al.
Published on: 28 February 2019

Association of left atrial volume index and all-cause mortality in patients referred for routine cardiovascular magnetic resonance: a multicenter study
Mohammad A. Khan, et al.
Published on: 7 January 2019

Asymptomatic myocardial ischemia forecasts adverse events in cardiovascular magnetic resonance dobutamine stress testing of high-risk middle-aged and elderly individuals
R. Brandon Stacey, et al.
Published on: 22 November 2018

Importance of operator training and rest perfusion on the diagnostic accuracy of stress perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance
Adriana D. M. Villa, et al. 
Published on: 19 November 2018

Incidence and predictors of left ventricular thrombus by cardiovascular magnetic resonance in acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction treated by primary percutaneous coronary intervention: a meta-analysis
Heerajnarain Bulluck, et al.
Published on: 8 November 2018

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.

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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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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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