Xiao dan Li1, Yan Chen1, Jiayi Liu1, Lei Xu1, Yu Li1, Dingting Liu1, Qian Qi2, Tianjing Zhang2, and Zhaoying Wen1
1Department of Radiology, Beijing Anzhen Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China, 2Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China
Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) offers superior advantages in cardiac imaging because of greater field of view, excellent soft-tissue imaging, and multiplanar imaging capabilities. CMR imaging can evaluate the characteristics of cardiac tumors by demonstrating the relationship between the tumor and its surrounding tissues,. Moreover, it plays a significant role in assisting the formulation of the surgical plan, in addition to the assessment of tumor progression and the monitoring of postoperative tumor recurrence and metastasis. Our objective is to determine the value of CMR in assessing the likelihood of primary cardiac tumors and guiding patient management.