3D printing for congenital heart disease
Making patient-specific heart models in 2D, 2.5D, and 3D for pre-surgical and pre-interventional planning
Tarique Hussain, M.D., Ph.D., uses advanced imaging techniques to advance patient care and education.
The 3D Printing Program in Pediatric Cardiology (3P3C) is our lab’s initiative to better understand congenital heart disease through the use of 3D printing techniques.
We use novel cardiac MRI sequences to understand the vessel wall in health and disease.
Our lab works to better predict clinical outcomes in patients with orthotopic heart transplants using cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR).