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EuroCMR

Webcasts and recordings from EuroCMR

Non-invasive Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging


EuroCMR 2014 resources (restricted access for EACVI members)

Webcasts

Previous congresses (free access)

2013 video presentations

2012 video presentations

2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint scientific sessions - Nice (FR)
Read the meeting report published in SCMR newsletter
Please use the following password: Password: Nice2011

EuroCMR 2010  - Florence (IT)
The 8th Annual EuroCMR Meeting 2010 was held in Florence from May 27th to 29th May 2010.
The meeting focused on :
•Advanced teaching in CMR
•Latest developments in CMR research
•Case readings with the experts
•Interactive forum for CMR users
•Special session for technologists. 

EuroCMR 2009 - Athens (GR)
Coronary artery disease (CAD) undoubtedly remains the number one cause of death in the industrialised countries. In recent years, CMR trials, like MR-IMPACT, demonstrated an excellent diagnostic performance in detection of CAD. In addition, CMR techniques have been refined over the years to allow characterisation of cardiomyopathies and to improve the work-up of patients with chronic heart failure. Coronary artery disease (CAD) undoubtedly remains the number one cause of death in the industrialised countries. In recent years, CMR trials, like MR-IMPACT, demonstrated an excellent diagnostic performance in detection of CAD. In addition, CMR techniques have been refined over the years to allow characterisation of cardiomyopathies and to improve the work-up of patients with chronic heart failure.