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Fig. 1 | BMC Medical Imaging

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From: Use of magnetic resonance imaging combined with gene analysis for the diagnosis of fetal congenital heart disease

Fig. 1

Use of MRI for the diagnosis of suspected fetal congenital heart disease in pregnant women. Fetal MRI revealed (a) T2-hypointense lesions on the left ventricular free wall and (b) lesions on the left atrium in a case of suspected fetal congenital heart disease. Lesions were indicated by white arrows. (c) Fetal MRI of a normal fetus as a control. All images were acquired using T2-Haste sequence using the following parameters: TR = 1000 ms, TE = 92 ms, slice thickness = 4 mm

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