Their conclusions among others are that:
- background correction for phase offset significantly changes the quantification of pulmonary regurgitation (PR);
- non-corrected assessment of PR may result in misclassification of patients;
- their data suggest that the use of PR volume is favourable in the follow-up of patients with repaired Tetralogy of Fallot.
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