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Doctor Soha Romieh

Aswan university hospital, Aswan (Egypt)

Dr. Soha Romeih, MD, PhD, FESC, FSCMR A consultant of pediatric cardiology, clinical lead of Grown Up Congenital Heart Disease Unit and director of advanced cardiovascular imaging unit in Aswan Heart Center, Aswan, Egypt. She is a certified CMR trainer according to the European Society of Cardiology since 2014 and Fellow of European Society of cardiology since 2016. She was awarded a PhD degree from University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 2014. The project is entitled “Assessment of cardiac function and hemodynamics in children and adults with right ventricular pressure overload: Role of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging”. Dr. Romeih published more than 20 articles in well-known peer reviewed journals in the fields of CMR, and congenital heart disease. Currently her main focus of research is 4D CMR flow mapping especially in congenital heart disease.

Diagnosis of uhl anomaly in infancy, role of CMR

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Myocardial Disease

Session: Clinical case poster session 3

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Bi-ventricular remodeling after ASD closure in adult patients using CMR volumetric assessment and strain analysis

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Deformation Imaging

Session: Poster session 3

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Neglected unrepaired TGA with VSD, does CMR has a role?

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Cross-Modality and Multi-Modality Imaging Topics

Session: Clinical case session: solving challenges in daily practice

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Atrial mass: what is typical does not appear always typical.

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Cardiac Masses

Session: Clinical case poster session 2

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An unusual presentation of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: case report.

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Myocardial Disease

Session: Clinical case poster session 2

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4D CMR flow mapping and strain analysis of a muscular left ventricular diverticulum

Event: EuroCMR 2019

Topic: Myocardial Disease

Session: Clinical case poster session 1

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