Imaging the complexity of pulmonary hypertension (PH) "syndrome" - ESR Connect

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RC 103 - Imaging the complexity of pulmonary hypertension (PH) "syndrome"

  • 3 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 3 Speakers

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Lectures

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RC 103_1 - A. Uncoupling right ventricular physiology with cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR): from early adaptation to heart failure

RC 103_1 - A. Uncoupling right ventricular physiology with cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR): from early adaptation to heart failure

21:43Nicola Galea, Rome / IT

Learning Objectives
1. To review peculiarities of right heart physiology and ventricular interdependence in pulmonary hypertension.
2. To outline early and late morpho-functional changes associate with right ventricular pressure overload.
3. To understand the primary role of CMR in the evaluation of different forms of pulmonary hypertension.

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RC 103_2 - B. Assessment of PH by CT

RC 103_2 - B. Assessment of PH by CT

19:23Elena Mershina, Moscow / RU

Learning Objectives
1. To review the spectrum of currently available techniques, from pulmonary angiography to CT perfusion, with spectral imaging.
2. To list typical and subtle CT imaging parenchymal and vascular features in primary and secondary forms of disease.
3. To review the current role of CT in clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension.

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RC 103_3 - C. Cardiac imaging to monitor therapeutic response and predict outcome

RC 103_3 - C. Cardiac imaging to monitor therapeutic response and predict outcome

20:11Maja Hrabak Paar, Zagreb / HR

Learning Objectives
1. To discuss the advances in treatment and importance of imaging to guide therapy.
2. To understand the predictive role of CT and MRI.
3. To analyse the importance and respective roles of CT and MRI to monitor response to therapy.

Cardiovascular / Chest

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