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Webcast EuroCMR09

Non-Invasive Imaging

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.



View the Webcasts from EuroCMR 2009 - held in Athens 

Day 1 - May 21 2009 

Anatomy and Right Planning - Ralf Wassmuth (Berlin,Germany)  

LV Function, Mass and Post Processing - Jérome Garot (Massy, France)

CMR and Viability - A C Van Rossum (Amsterdam, Holland)

Flow Measurements - Hakan Arheden (Lund, Sweden)

Assessment of Ischemia by CMR - J Schwitter (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Dobutamine Stress CMR - Christophe Klein (Berlin, Germany)

Combined Stress (perfusion and functional reserve) - M Lombardi (Toscana, Italy)

Safety within the MIR environment - Roger Luechinger (Zurich, Switzerland)

CMR in Adult Congenital Heart Disease - Philip Kilner (London, UK)

How to plan CMR in adults with acquired heart disease - Steven Dymarkowski (Leuven, Belgium)

Day 2 - May 22 2009 

CMR Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy - Rory O'Hanlan (London, UK)

CMR in Dilated Cardiomyopathy - A C Van Rossum (Amsetrdam, Holland)

ARVC - The Imager's view - Francisco Alpendurada (London, UK)

Myocardial Perfusion Imaging by CMR - Theodoros D Karamitsos (Oxford, UK)

Stress MRI technological improvement and clinical trials - Hassan Abdel Aty (Berlin, Germany)

MRI of the Coronary Arteries - Peter G Danias (Boston, USA) 

T2 Imaging Techniques in Acute CAD - Anthony H Aletras (Maryland, USA)

Viability by MRI - The role of LGE - Christoph Klein (Berlin, Germany)

Viability - role of dobutamine CMR - Marco Gotte 5amsterdam, Netherlands)

EuroCMR Registry - Results of the German Pilot Phase

Day 3 - May 23 2009

Myocarditis and Heart Failure - Pros and Cons to T2 Evaluation - Oliver Bruder  (Essen, Germany)

How to fit CMR in the diagnostic pathway of Heart Failure and Myocarditis - Raad H Mohiaddin (London, UK)

MRI in complex congenital heart disease - Gigi P Festa (Pisa, Italy)

CMR in adult congenital heart disease - Sonya V Babu-Narayan (London, UK)

Using Hyperpolarised C labelled contrast media in studies of cardiac metabolism - Marie A Schroeder (Oxford, UK)

3D Cardiac Imaging - Is ready?  Massimo Lombardi (Pisa, Italy)

MR Plaque imaging - anything new?  Marc Sirol (Paris, France)