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Guideline: Cardiac imaging with Cardiac CT and MRI

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) is increasingly used in the evaluation of patients with cardiac and aortic disease. The ability to characterise myocardial tissue, function and anatomy (in any plane) without any exposure to ionising radiation are the main advantages over other imaging modalities used in cardiology.

The rapid advance in the field of cardiac imaging has necessitated guidelines for the performance and interpretation of these newer imaging modalities.

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