Role of magnetic resonance imaging in different ways of presentation of Ebstein's anomaly

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Abstract

The diagnosis of Ebstein's anomaly is usually based on echocardiographic findings; however, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) can add useful information enabling a detailed visualization of cardiac abnormality, as well as a method of accurate physiological evaluation. CMR, in conjunction with echocardiography, offers a comprehensive non-invasive evaluation either for surgical management or ongoing follow-up of these patients.

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