Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging of post-ablation atrial scar is a powerful tool to analyze the results of ablation procedures. However, many different imaging parameter sets are used between studies. This paper aims to understand the determinants of imaging quality Imaging of post-ablation atrial scar would be performed with techniques that optimize detection of permanent scar. This study assesses the impact of different imaging parameters. Following this activity, learners will be better able to improve their imaging parameters, with particular regard to:
- Timing of imaging post-gadolinium administration
- Selection of an appropriate threshold for scar detection
- Selection of an appropriate contrast dose
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