A combined predictive model integrating radiomics features with clinical and standard cardiac MRI predictors was able to identify patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at high risk for heart failure events (Zhang et al).
The incorporation of view sharing and k-space–weighted image contrast filtering into golden-angle radial sparse parallel reconstruction achieves ultra-high temporal resolution in free-breathing real-time cine MRI
(Fan et al).
In a retrospective observational study, periaortic adipose tissue attenuation was increased in patients with symptomatic abdominal aortic aneurysm disease (Debono et al).
Using a subharmonic-aided pressure estimation technique with Sonazoid microbubbles, the RV systolic and LV diastolic pressures were comparable with measurements obtained using a cardiac catheterization technique (Esposito et al).
CT interpretation is key to the appropriate categorization of pulmonary fibrosis, which impacts diagnosis, prognosis, and management of patients who may potentially benefit from antifibrotic agents (Shah et al).
A short-time cardiac MRI protocol combined with breast MRI achieved excellent results for interscan and coil reproducibility and variability in ventricular functional or tissue characterization parameters (Hong et al).