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Paediatric cardiac morphology 

Hands-on cardiac morphology course, spring course

22, 23, 24 February 2017


22, 23, 24 February 2017


National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI)
Imperial College
Dovehouse Street

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Course organiser

Prof S Yen Ho


This is the original hands-on cardiac morphology course in  London and has been running successfully now for 25 years.

The course programme is endorsed by

  • the British Cardiovascular (this links to the Cardiology Curriculum: 3.1 Advanced Adolescent  and Adult Congenital Heart Disease, 3.5 Interventional Cardiology,  3.10 Advanced Transthoracic Echocardiography).

  • the ESC WG Developmental Anatomy and Pathology

  • Morphology of congenital heart malformations. Incorporating the foundation course under the auspices of the British Paediatric Cardiac Association.

This three-day course takes registrants from the basics of normal hearts and simple congenital malformations, through to the more complex defects and the conduction system, with live video demonstrations.

This unique course is recommended for all professionals who manage and treat patients with congenital heart disease. It allows participants to appreciate the arrangement of the malformations in 3-dimensions.

Our highly experienced team of tutors includes surgeons, pediatric cardiologists and pathologists who will provide guidance tailored to the needs of the participant.

EBAC 18CME and 18 CPD credits

To allow for an optimal tutor attendee ratio at the practical sessions, we have to limit the number of participants for the full course. Register early to avoid disappointment.

Proposed topics

  • Normal anatomy

  • Septal structures and valves

  • Segmental analysis

  • Atrial septal defects

  • Ventricular septal defects

  • Atrioventricular septal defects

  • Anomalous venous connections

  • Isomeric arrangement of atrial appendages

  • Fallot’s tetralogy

  • Complete transposition

  • Double outlet right ventricle

  • Common arterial trunk and Aorto-pulmonary window

  • Coronary malformations

  • Hypoplastic right heart

  • Hypoplastic left heart

  • Fallot with pulmonary atresia

  • Discordant atrioventricular connections

  • Univentricular atrioventricular connections

  • Straddling valves and Ebstein malformation


Find fees and book a place on the course 





For more information you should email Morphology@rbht.nhs.uk.


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