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Dr Gerald Greil

Research interests

  • Coronary imaging in volunteers, infants, children and adults with congenital and acquired heart disease particularly in patients with Kawasaki disease (lumen and vessel wall imaging)
  • High resolution 3D imaging of cardiac specimens with multidetector computed tomography/flat panel computed tomography scanners and stereolithographic reconstruction for teaching and research
  • High resolution 3D imaging in patients with congenital heart disease for assessment of cardiac morphology, coronary arteries and extracardiac vasculature (e.g. steady state free precession methods)
  • 4D imaging using reduced data acquisition methods in cardiac MRI imaging (e.g. kt-blast, kt-sense)
  • Assessment of right and left ventricular function with newly developed 3D and 4D MRI imaging and post-processing methods
  • Assessment of complex pulmonary vascular blood supply with high resolution multidetector computed tomography datasets and semiautomatic post-processing methods
  • MRI/ CT guided electrophysiology
  • Use of different contrast agents for imaging patients with acquired and congenital heart disease.
  • Water-Fat imaging for assessment of cardiovascular risk factors in identical and non identical twins using vessel wall imaging.

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