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Participants will learn how imaging techniques (echocardiography, cardiac CT and MRI) may help with VT ablation, both for patient evaluation as well as to guide the procedure.
This webinar addresses EHRA and CVI communities.
Host: Dr Roland TilzDep of Cardiology, UKSH Luebeck Germany
SpeakersDr Hubert CochetDepartment of medical imaging - Diagnostic and therapeutic radiologyCHU Bordeaux, France
Dr Frederic SacherDepartment of cardiology, electrophysiology and pacing, Electrophysiology and ablationCHU Bordeaux, France
Professor Erwan DonalDirector of the echocardiography laboratory, Department of CardiologyUniversity Hospital of RENNES, France
The Presenters will address the following topics:
- Echocardiography - Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (CCT) and Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)- Imaging-guided Ventricular tachycardia (VT) ablation techniques
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