New method for in utero 4-D imaging of baby hearts may aid diagnosis of congenital heart disease

Researchers at King’s College London have developed a new method for helping detect congenital heart disease of a baby in pregnant mothers using MRI. Existing in-utero approaches are compromised by fetal motion, but the novel method corrects the motion to present 4-D visualizations of the heart depicting major vessels and blood flow circulation. With further […]

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