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Cardiovascular MR with CT correlation - Leiden, 5-6 Oct 2017

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EMRI course:
Cardiovascular MR with CT correlation - Leiden, Netherlands, 5-6 October 2017

This course focuses on teaching of clinical applications of CT and MR imaging of the heart and vascular system. Issues relevant to daily clinical practice will be discussed in plenary sessions, as well as more advanced topics and future outlooks. World leading experts in the field of cardiovascular imaging provide extensive teaching.  Workshops will be given to practice image processing tools for CT and MRI.

 

The course is aimed at radiologists, cardiologists, MR and CT technologists, residents in radiology and cardiology, and physicians and physicists who currently are, or in the future will be working with cardiovascular MRI and CT. They are given the opportunity to get acquainted with basic as well as advanced applications of MRI and CT in cardiovascular diagnosis.

 

More information and program at  http://emricourse.org/cardio_2017.html

 

 

 



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