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Patrizia Pedrotti

ASST Great Metropolitan Niguarda, Milan (Italy)

Specialities : Cardiac Magnetic Resonance , Myocardial Disease, Chronic Heart Failure, Autoimmune-Chronic Inflammatory Disorders and Heart Disease, Coronary Artery Disease Chronic

8 presentations from this speaker

Tissue characterization indices and global longitudinal strain derived from early CMR scan 1 year after cardiac transplantation predict all-cause mortality and MACE

Congress : EuroCMR 2019

  • Session : Rapid Fire Abstract 1: parametric mapping: virtual biopsy in clinical practice
  • Speaker : P Pedrotti (Milano,IT)

CMR tissue characterization indexes early and late after cardiac transplantation

Congress : EuroCMR 2017

  • Session : Oral abstract session 3
  • Speaker : P Pedrotti (Milano,IT)

Iron overload - from bench to bedside.

Congress : EuroCMR 2017

  • Session : Advanced Course III
  • Speaker : P Pedrotti (Milano,IT)

Stress Perfusion Imaging (Adenosine & Dobutamine).

Congress : EuroCMR 2016

  • Session : How to get good images
  • Speaker : P Pedrotti (Milano,IT)

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