|ESCR 2016 / P-0009|
|The role of 64-Slice Cardiac Computed Tomography in Diagnostics of Transposition of the Great Arteries|
64-slice Cardiac CT performs as well as echocardiography in the majority of children who have TGA. Sensitivity of 93,75% and specificity of 99.34%, shows a fairly good level. CT also provides detailed information on the types of TGA and another CHD. However, to increase the proportion of correct diagnostic results, CT and Echo should complement one another.
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