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5-8 December 2018, Milan, Italy
2-4 May 2019
Consult resources from ICNC 2017
EuroEcho-Imaging, EuroCMR and ICNC are the EACVI’s annual congresses and represent the largest European meetings on Cardiovascular Imaging.
Recognised for their heavyweight scientific content and quality presentations, they see a continuous growth in attendance and record-breaking abstract submissions.
The EACVI Brainstorming Meeting on Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT: a unique opportunity for young researchers in Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT and cardiologists with interest in the field to meet and exchange with key opinion leaders and industry representatives.
EuroEcho-Imaging draws delegates from around the world with an interest in all modalities of cardiovascular imaging. This year's themes will be Valvular Heart Disease & Exercise and Sport.
EuroCMR 2019 will focus on the theme of “Extending the Clinical Value of CMR through quality and evidence”. The programme will focus on the existing and emerging evidence behind the established and potential clinical indications of CMR and will highlight how high quality research and clinical service provision can make a difference to patients and populations
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The world’s largest conference in cardiovascular medicine, with a strong global reputation as an event that provides the latest research findings and their interpretation, in-depth science, and solid education.
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