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Sahar Saleem
   Member since: 01/22/08

Enterprise: Kasr Al-Ainy-Cairo University
Cairo, Egypt

Institution Type: University hospital (Academic and clinical practice)

Jan 22, 2008

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Clinical Specialty: Obstetrics and gynecology
Professional / Academic Appointments: Professor of Radiology- Cairo University (Kasr Al-Ainy) Hospital
Specialty Board Certification: 1. Master of Science in Radiology MSc- Cairo University.
2. Doctorate in Radiology - MD- Cairo University.
3. Post-doctoral fellowship in MRI and Radiology-University of Western Ontario-Canada
4. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Research in Radiology (DTI)-University of Western Ontario- Canada
Professional Memberships: ISMRM, RSNA, International Society of Behcet's disease (ISBD); Egyptian Society of Radiology.

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In utero MRI diagnosis of a complex congenital cardiac malformation
With advances in MR technology and wider experience, fetal MRI proves valuable in defining the details of fetal cardiac anatomy and detection of malformations especially in presence of US technical limitations.
MRICase Study
By: Saleem, Sahar, Prof., MBBCh, MSc, MD
On: Feb 03, 2011
Views: 5375
MRI of fetal heart and vessels using balanced sequences
Dr. Saleem describes fetal cardiovascular imaging with Balanced FFE and Balanced TFE techniques. Example images are included.
MRIBest Practice
By: Saleem, Sahar, Prof., MBBCh, MSc, MD
On: Mar 13, 2008
Views: 4757

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