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Congenital heart disease

  1. D'Souza GA, Taylor MD, Banerjee RK. Evaluation of pulmonary artery wall properties in congenital heart disease patients using cardiac magnetic resonance. Progress in Pediatric Cardiology. 2017.
  2. Lee N, Taylor M, Banerjee RK. Right ventricle–pulmonary circulation dysfunction: A review of energy-based approach. Biomed Eng Online, 2015;14 (Suppl 1):S8. Link  
  3. Das A, Wansapura J, Gottliebson W, Banerjee RK. Methodology for implementing patient-specific spatial boundary condition during a cardiac cycle from phase-contrast MRI for hemodynamic assessment. Medical Image Analysis, 2015;19:121-136. Link
  4. Lee N, Banerjee RK, Hor K, Taylor M. Pulmonary insufficiency: Energy-Based approach using 4D Phase Contrast MRI. Experimental & Clinical Cardiology, 2014, Accepted.
  5. Lee N, Taylor M, Hor K, Banerjee RK. Non-invasive evaluation of energy loss in the pulmonary arteries using 4D phase contrast MR measurement: a proof of concept. Biomed Eng Online, 2013;12(1):93.  Link
  6. Lee N, Das A, Taylor M, Hor K, Banerjee RK. Energy transfer ratio as a metric of right ventricular efficiency in repaired congenital heart disease. Congenital Heart Disease, 2012;8(4):328-42.  Link
  7. Lee N, Das A, Gottliebson W, Banerjee RK. Comparison of stroke work between repaired tetralogy of Fallot and normal right ventricular physiologies. Heart Vessels, 2011;28(1):76-85.  Link
  8. Das A, Gottliebson W, Karve M, Banerjee RKComparison of hemodynamic endpoints between normal subjects and tetralogy patient using womersley velocity profile and MR based flow measurements. Mol Cell Biomech., 2011;8(1):21-42Link
  9. Das A, Banerjee RKGottliebson WRight ventricular inefficiency in repaired tetralogy of fallot: Proof of concept for energy calculations from cardiac MRI data. Annals of Biomed. Eng., 2010;38(12):3674-87Link


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