A 20-year-old male asked:
Does cardiac mri rule out structural heart disease better than an echo?
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MRI vs Echo: Both studies adequately image for structural heart disease. Having said that, there are differences and echo is usually done before one goes to an MRI unless there is something specifically imaged better by MRI that is being evaluated.
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