Dr Tom Wang from Cleveland Clinic reviews strength and roles of electrocardiography, MRI and Nuclear techniques in early and correct identification of AL and ATTR.
1. Recognize different phenotypes of HCM.
2. Importance of provoking gradients.
3. Use echo and MRI data to guide therapy.
4. Risk stratification for an ICD.
5. Recognize entities that can mimic HCM
Role of Echo, cardiac MRI id diagnosing and risk stratification of patients with cardiac Sarcoid. Strength and shortfalls of each modality. Importance of complementary/layered imaging.
Describing PET findings of “ischemia” and correlating the finding with unusual LV morphology.
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