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 Xavier Iriart
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Xavier Iriart
Xavier Iriart Xavier Iriart

University Hospital of Bordeaux, Bordeaux (France)

Specialities : Congenital Heart Disease and Pediatric Cardiology , Congenital Heart Disease and Pediatric Cardiology, Cross-Modality and Multi-Modality Imaging Topics, Interventional Cardiology

Doctor Xavier Iriart is a consultant cardiologist with expertise in paediatric cardiology and adult congenital heart disease, and cardiovascular imaging. He has been working at the university hospital of Bordeaux since 2005. Doctor Iriart is currently the lead of non invasive imaging in the department of paediatric and adult congenital heart disease at the university hospital of Bordeaux, France. He trained as a adult and paediatric cardiologist in Bordeaux and London. Since 2010, he has specialised in multimodality imaging focused on paediatric and adult congenital heart disease and contributed to establishing the echocardiography laboratory dedicated to fetal, paediatric and adult congenital heart disease in Bordeaux. He is also specialised in multimodality imaging for complex structural intervention such as left atrial appendage closure and paravalvular leak closure including transoesophagial echocardiography, intracardiac echocardiography, computed tomography and 3D printing.

12 presentations from this speaker

Imaging of coarctation and interrupted aortic arches.

Event : EuroEcho 2019

  • Session : Imaging assessment of the collapsed baby
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

How to image the triucspid valve, from foetus to adulthood.

Event : EuroEcho 2018

  • Session : The tricuspid valve in congenital heart disease
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Rebuttal - PRO.

Event : EuroEcho 2018

  • Session : Debate on imaging in interventions
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

The left atrial appendage closure Computed Tomography is enough - PRO.

Event : EuroEcho 2018

  • Session : Debate on imaging in interventions
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Cardiac mechanics after the atrial switch

Event : EuroEcho 2016

  • Session : Transposition of the the great arteries: a multimodality approach
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Transposition of the great arteries: pre op and post op imaging.

Event : EuroEcho 2016

  • Session : Malpositions and discordant connections
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Deformation of the left atrial appendage after percutaneous closure with the Amplatzer cardiac plug

Event : EuroEcho 2015

  • Session : Computed Tomography & Nuclear Cardiology
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Left atrial appendage sizing for percutaneous occlusion with Amplatzer cardiac plug: a multimodality imaging approach

Event : EuroEcho 2015

  • Session : Usefulness of CT and radionuclide imaging in different clinical scenarios
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

Left atrial remodeling after percutaneous left atrial appendage closure

Event : EuroEcho 2015

  • Session : Assessment of diameters, volumes and mass
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

The RV after tetralogy repair: understanding and describing RV remodelling.

Event : EuroEcho 2015

  • Session : Role of computer modelling in congenital heart disease
  • Speaker : X Iriart (Pessac,FR)

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