Heart exploration in MRI is faced with numerous technical difficulties as it concerns organs with mobile structures: heartbeats, respiratory motion and blood flow. These motions are sources of artifacts and a range of strategies have had to be developed to deal with these. Recent advances in MRI technique have nevertheless made cardiac exploration possible using MRI in routine clinical practice, with indications in numerous diseases: ischemic, infectious and inflammatory, congenital, valvular, tumoral…
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