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Abstract #4576

Fetal cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (FCMR); MR sequences, cardiac & non-cardiovascular findings with prenatal and postnatal correlation

Dianna M. E. Bardo1, Christopher Lindblade2, Fidaa Wishah1, Patricia Cornejo1, Jennifer Vaughn1, Mittun Patel1, and Luis Goncalves1
1Radiology, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ, United States, 2Cardiology, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ, United States

Fetal MRI is a not uncommon imaging procedure, most often performed to diagnose neurologic abnormalities. Increasingly fetal cardiac MRI is performed to confirm CHD findings found on fetal echocardiography and associated non-cardiovascular anomalies, especially in mid-to-late gestation fetuses.

This educational exhibit will provide guidance for image acquisition and show an extensive multi-modality case based library of fetal cardiac images, highlighting MRI findings, with correlation to postnatal imaging.

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