Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Research Group
Magnetic resonance is an imaging technique used primarily to display the internal organs of the human body. Using this technology, it is possible to obtain cross-sections of certain parts of the human body and to create a resulting 3D image of the chosen organ by further processing. Magnetic resonance of the cardiovascular system is one of the cutting edge possibilities of this diagnostic method.
The team is focusing its research on the development of new imaging techniques and protocols for diagnosing the early stages of cardiac diseases. The main objective is to improve the non-invasive diagnosis of early stages of myocardial diseases, which can lead to heart failure. Their timely and accurate diagnosis can help to improve the prognoses of patients, reduce their morbidity and mortality and increase the quality of patients’ lives.