Experience in CMR imaging in S-ICD patients is limited and a lot of physicians do not dare to perform CMR in these patients due to safety concerns and/or relevant imaging artefacts precluding a meaningful analysis. Considering the present data in our manuscript, we illustrate that CMR can be safely performed in patients with S-ICD and substantially helps in clinical-decision making.
To close the gap outlined above, learners will:
1. Better assess the potential challenges in performing CMR studies in patients with an S-ICD
2. Better know when and how image artefacts caused by the device will occur and how they can be limited.
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