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Detection of right atrial and pulmonary artery thrombosis after the Fontan procedure by magnetic resonance imaging
  1. G Casolo,
  2. L Rega,
  3. G F Gensini

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The Fontan procedure has been extensively used for palliation of patients with univentricular heart defects. Thrombi and thromboembolic complications have been frequently reported after this operation. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been shown to be very useful in patients with congenital heart disease and also in the detection of intracardiac masses and thrombosis. We describe for the first time the ability of MRI to detect right heart …

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