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Role of CT MRI in Cardiac Imaging

Explore the pivotal role of CT and MRI technologies in cardiac imaging in this insightful webinar. Gain a thorough understanding of the latest CT scanners and their applications, including indications and international guidelines for cardiac CT. Learn about MRI technology and cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) in diagnosing cardiac diseases, supported by global clinical practice guidelines. Discover how Apollo Hospitals Group integrates these advanced imaging techniques to enhance patient care. Ideal for cardiologists, radiologists, and healthcare professionals, this session provides essential knowledge to elevate your expertise in cardiac imaging and improve diagnostic accuracy. Join us to advance your practice and patient outcomes.

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Dr. Tarun Mittal

Consultant in Cardiothoracic Imaging, Harefield Hospital, International Professor in Cardiothoracic Radiology, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Imperial College London.

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Explore the pivotal role of CT and MRI technologies in cardiac imaging in this insightful webinar. Gain a thorough understanding of the latest CT scanners and their applications, including indications and international guidelines for cardiac CT. Learn about MRI technology and cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) in diagnosing cardiac diseases, supported by global clinical practice guidelines. Discover how Apollo Hospitals Group integrates these advanced imaging techniques to enhance patient care. Ideal for cardiologists, radiologists, and healthcare professionals, this session provides essential knowledge to elevate your expertise in cardiac imaging and improve diagnostic accuracy. Join us to advance your practice and patient outcomes.