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CT or MRI for post-procedural aortic stenting?
  1. Damien P Kenny,
  2. Mark Hamilton,
  3. Rob Martin
  1. Bristol Childrens Hospital, Bristol, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr Damien P Kenny, Bristol Childrens Hospital, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol BS2 8BJ, UK; damienkenny{at}doctors.org.uk

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To the Editor We thank Drs Rosenthal and Bell for their insightful editorial comments1 relating to our study.2 There is little doubt that until we have longer follow-up on the incidence of potential adverse events following coarctation stenting, some form of advanced imaging is required, and this is endorsed by ongoing large follow-up studies.3 Although we agree that with specific imaging techniques MRI may provide information regarding complications particularly in newer platinum stents, there are numerous reports demonstrating almost complete loss of …

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