Andrew Powell's research focuses on the application of new MRI techniques to patients with congenital heart disease. He is particularly interested in the quantitation of right and left ventricular function and valvular regurgitation.
About Andrew Powell
Andrew Powell received his MD from Harvard Medical School. He completed an internship, residency, and fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston.
- Tsai-Goodman B. Geva T. Odegard KC. Sena LM. Powell AJ. Clinical role, accuracy, and technical aspects of cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging in infants. [Evaluation Studies. Journal Article] American Journal of Cardiology 2004. 94: 69-74.
- Powell AJ, Tsai-Goodman B, Prakash A, Greil GF, Geva T. Comparison between phase-velocity cine magnetic resonance imaging and invasive oximetry for quantification of atrial shunts. American Journal of Cardiology 2003; 91: 1523-1525.
- Geva T, Greil GF, Marshall AC, Landzberg M, Powell AJ. Gadolinium-enhanced 3-dimensional magnetic resonance angiography of pulmonary blood supply in patients with complex pulmonary stenosis or atresia: comparison with x-ray angiography. Circulation 2002; 106: 473-478.