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Three-dimensional late gadolinium enhancement increases the diagnostic yield of cardiovascular magnetic resonance to detect low voltage in the right ventricular outflow tract

Topic: Invasive Diagnostic Methods

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Doctor Pedro Carmo

Hospital Santa Cruz, Lisbon (Portugal)
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New diagnostic methods in EP I

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23 April - 25 April 2021

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