PMID: 11139085Jan 4, 2001Paper

Noninvasive imaging in congenital heart disease

Current Opinion in Cardiology
J RussellR M Freedom

Abstract

Imaging algorithms in congenital heart disease, as in the patient with acquired heart diseases continue to evolve, with more and more information gleaned noninvasively. The emphasis will be on the newer aspects of imaging, not cross sectional echocardiography with color Doppler.

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