Tetralogy of Fallot

Offered By

Royal College of Radiologists

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This micro skills course from the Royal College of Radiologists covers the basic anatomy and physiology of tetralogy of Fallot. The typical imaging appearances are illustrated with particular emphasis on the role of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the follow-up and management of postoperative patients.

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What you can expect

A 30 minute eLearning course containing interactive content and activities. 

This course is ideal for

All health professionals.

Here is what you will cover in
this course 

Describe the four main anatomical features of tetralogy of Fallot

Identify the typical chest x-ray (CXR) appearances of uncorrected tetralogy

Detail the basic surgical strategy in correcting tetralogy of Fallot and the subsequent natural history of the syndrome

State the role of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the follow-up of postoperative patients