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University of Toronto Organ Imaging 2001 - Pediatric Cardiac Imaging

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The Changing Role of Imaging the Pediatric Heart

Shi-Joon Yoo, MD, FRCPC

Professor, Cardiac Imaging, Department of Medical Imaging, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
September, 2001

Presented at:
University of Toronto Organ Imaging and Pediatric Update, 2001
55 minutes duration.


  • Review the changing role of imaging in evaluation of pediatric cardiac structure and function
  • Be familiar with currently available imaging modalities to assess pediatric cardiac structure and function
  • Specifically review MRI and CT techniques to assess pediatric cardiac structure and function
  • Show example cases where advanced techniques such as CT and MRI angiography and 3D reconstructions were helpful
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