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    edited by Massimo Lombardi, Sven Plein, Steffen Petersen, Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci, Emanuela R. Valsangiacomo Buechel, Cristina Basso, Victor Ferrari.
    Summary: This highly comprehensive and informed textbook has been prepared by the Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance section of the European Society of Cardiology association on imaging, the EACVI. The EACVI Textbook of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance is the authority on the subject.

    Contents:
    Cover; Contents; Abbreviations; Contributors;
    SECTION 1 Physics;
    Chapter 1 The MR scanner in anutshell;
    Chapter 2 Basic MR physics;
    Chapter 3 Spatial encoding and image reconstruction;
    Chapter 4 Scan acceleration;
    Chapter 5 Basic pulse sequences;
    Chapter 6 Motion compensation;
    Chapter 7 MR angiography;
    Chapter 8 CMR applications;
    Chapter 9 Image quality and artefacts;
    SECTION 2 Safety in cardiovascular MRI;
    Chapter 1 MRI set-up and safety;
    Chapter 2 MRI contrast agents;
    Chapter 3 MRI interactions withmedical devices;
    SECTION 3 CMR methodology;
    Chapter 1 Morphology
    Chapter 2 Global and regional cardiac function
    Chapter 3 Dynamic contrast-enhanced perfusion CMR;
    Chapter 4 Early and late gadolinium enhancement;
    Chapter 5 Mapping techniques;
    Chapter 6 Blood flow and phase contrast CMR;
    Chapter 7 Coronary imaging;
    SECTION 4 Ischaemic heart disease;
    Chapter 1 Chronic ischaemic heart disease;
    Chapter 2 Acute ischaemic heart disease;
    SECTION 5 Myocardial disease;
    Chapter 1 Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy;
    Chapter 2 Dilated cardiomyopathy;
    Chapter 3 Takotsubo syndrome;
    Chapter 4 Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy
    Chapter 5 Non-compaction or excessive trabeculation cardiomyopathy
    Chapter 6 Myocarditis;
    Chapter 7 Chagas' cardiomyopathy; Chaper 8 Transplant cardiomyopathy;
    Chapter 9 Cardiac involvement in oncologic patients;
    Chapter 10 Cardiac involvement in systemic diseases and secondary cardiomyopathies;
    Chapter 11 Infiltrative cardiomyopathy;
    Chapter 12 Myocardial iron overload;
    Chapter 13 Cardiovascular magnetic resonance in cardiac resynchronization therapy;
    Chapter 14 Athlete's heart and prevention of sudden cardiac death in athletes;
    SECTION 6 Pericardial disease;
    Chapter 1 Pericardial disease
    SECTION 7 Vascular disease
    Chapter 1 CMR of vascular disease;
    SECTION 8 Valve disease;
    Chapter 1 Valve disease;
    SECTION 9 Masses and tumours;
    Chapter 1 Epidemiology and classification;
    Chapter 2 CMR approach in cardiac tumours;
    Chapter 3 Benign cardiac tumours;
    Chapter 4 Malignant tumours;
    Chapter 5 Metastatic tumours;
    Chapter 6 Pericardial tumours;
    Chapter 7 Cardiac thrombi;
    SECTION 10 Congenital heart disease; Chpater 1 Introduction;
    Chapter 2 Segmental approach to congenital heart disease;
    Chapter 3 Adapting CMR sequences for CHD and imaging small patients
    Chapter 4 Novel CMR techniques for advanced surgical planning
    Chapter 5 Assessing shunts;
    Chapter 6 The pulmonary circulation: assessing pulmonary arteries and pulmonary veins;
    Chapter 7 Ebstein's malformation of the tricuspid valve;
    Chapter 8 Congenital aortic disease;
    Chapter 9 CMR for transposition of the great arteries;
    Chapter 10 Tetralogy of Fallot;
    Chapter 11 Double-outlet right ventricle;
    Chapter 12 The single ventricle and surgical palliation;
    SECTION 11 Extra-cardiac findings;
    Chapter 1 Extra-cardiac findings;
    SECTION 12 CMR in the multi-modality environment
    Digital Access Oxford 2018