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9th Meeting 2014

The 9th BSCMR Annual Meeting was held at the Heartbeat Education Centre at Southampton General Hospital on 12 March 2014. CPD accredited. The programme is available here: BSCMR Meeting 2014.

Winners of the 9th BSCMR Meeting CMR Investigators’ Award were:

  • 1st Prize: Dr Charlotte Manisty (Imperial College, London)
  • 2nd Prize: Dr Gaby Captur (The Heart Hospital, London)
  • 3rd Prize: Dr Malenka Bissell (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford)
  • 4th Prize: Dr David Carrick (Golden Jubilee, Glasgow)

A number of the presentations from this meeting are now avilable on the SCMR website:

How to get involved with CMR research in the UK   (iPhone / iPad Video Link).
By Stefan Neubauer (Oxford)
Recorded at BSCMR 2014

The future role of CMR in IHD   (iPhone / iPad Video Link).
By Eike Nagel (London)
Recorded at BSCMR 2014

4D flow – ready for clinical application?   (iPhone / iPad Video Link).
By Malenka Bissell (Oxford)
Recorded at BSCMR 2014

My approach to T1 mapping in clinical practice   (iPhone / iPad Video Link).
By Andrew Flett (Southampton)
Recorded at BSCMR 2014

The role of CMR in electrophysiology   (iPhone / iPad Video Link).
By Francisco Leyva (Birmingham)
Recorded at BSCMR 2014

Thanks to Drs Gabriella Captur and Daniel Sado for the recordings.


Author Oral Presentation: Abstract Title
Bissell Haemodynamic insights into bicuspid aortic valve disease – does cusp fusion pattern matter?
Captur Magnet to microscope, and back: CMR prediction rule for preclinical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Layland Correspondence of invasive FFR vs. perfusion MRI at 3Tesla in patients with recent NSTEMI
Manisty Failed splenic switch-off – a simple clinical sign to improve the diagnostic performance of adenosine perfusion CMR


Author Poster Presentation: Abstract Title
Abbas The safety and diagnostic value of CMR in the evaluation of successfully resuscitated VF arrest
Ahmed Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging; a useful diagnostic tool in patients surviving non traumatic out of hospital cardiac arrest
Boardman Cardiac magnetic resonance left ventricular computational meshes to investigate long term effects of preeclampsia
Bryant Frequency of significant incidental findings in children undergoing cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging for research
Carrick A randomised trial of deferred stenting versus immediate stenting to prevent no-or slow reflow in acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction (DEFER-STEMI)
Cassidy Aortic pulse wave velocity as an indicator of cardiovascular risk in type-2 diabetes
Cole Assessing the impact of the revision of the Taskforce Criteria for the diagnosis of arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC)
Douglas The utility of cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging in the assessment of cardiac, pericardial and mediastinal masses: a 3 year experience
Erhayiem 1 Characterisation of sub-clinical primary myocardial disease in systemic sclerosis – preliminary findings from a cardiac magnetic resonance study
Erhayiem 2 Quantification of septal and whole slice myocardial blood flow by myocardial perfusion CMR is similar in healthy volunteers
Ghosh Dastidar Role of stress perfusion CMR in the assessment of STEMI patients with multivessel disease – a pilot study
Kannoly Pericardial constriction following coronary artery bypass grafting: a magnetic resonance study
Khan Comparison of semi-automated methods to quantify infarct size and myocardial salvage by cardiac MRI at 1.5T and 3.0T field strengths
Kidambi 1 Appearance of microvascular obstruction on early vs. delayed contrast imaging following primary PCI
Kidambi 2 Presence and extent of myocardial oedema is related to overestimation of infarct size following acute myocardial infarction
Layland 2 T1 and T2 mapping have a higher diagnostic accuracy for the ischaemic area-at-risk in NSTEMI patients compared with dark blood imaging
Levelt Assessment of early phenotypes in diabetic heart disease by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Mahmod Myocardial triglyceride content is increased in dilated cardiomyopathy and correlates with myocardial structure and function
McAlindon The association between microvascular obstruction by CMR and the index of microcirculatory resistance assessed invasively
McComb 1 Assessment of longitudinal changes in strain using DENSE in patients with myocardial infarction
McComb 2 In-vivo assessment of the diagnostic performance of DENSE in patients with myocardial infarction
Musa Aortic stiffness following treatment of severe aortic stenosis
Ntusi Myocardial perfusion is associated with impaired strain in systemic lupus erythematosus: a cardiovascular magnetic resonance study
Rauhalammi Imaging infarct size and remodelling at 3 Tesla in a rabbit survival model of myocardial infarction: initial experience and results
Ripley 1 Automatic maximal resolution cardiovascular magnetic resonance myocardial stress perfusion imaging at 3.0 Tesla
Ripley 2 Diagnostic accuracy of the core components of a multi-parametric cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging protocol: a CE-MARC sub-study
Singh Inter-study reproducibility of circumferential strain and strain rates at 1.5T and 3T: a comparison of tagging and feature tracking
Swoboda Cardiovascular magnetic resonance is valuable in the investigation of aborted sudden cardiac death
Uddin Cardiovascular magnetic resonance evaluation of change in myocardial strain following transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) and surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR)
Weir-McCall Whole body cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging to stratify symptomatic and asymptomatic atherosclerotic burden in patients with isolated cardiovascular disease