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Reduced biventricular volumes and myocardial dysfunction long-term after pediatric heart transplantation assessed by CMR.

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Summary of "Reduced biventricular volumes and myocardial dysfunction long-term after pediatric heart transplantation assessed by CMR."

Long-term cardiac remodeling after heart transplantation (HT) in children has been insufficiently characterized. The aim of our study was to evaluate ventricular size in HT patients using cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging, to find underlying factors related to potentially abnormal cardiac dimensions and to study its impact on functional class and ventricular function.

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Name: Transplantation
ISSN: 1534-6080
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