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Imaging of coronary arteries with magnetic resonance has undergone undeniable progress during the past two decades. Although coronary computed tomography angiography detects coronary artery disease (CAD) with excellent diagnostic accuracy, the inevitable exposure to ionizing radiation and iodinated contrast administration make it less appealing in certain patient populations. Coronary magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) is now performed mostly as a whole heart, free breathing,doi:10.22468/cvia.2016.00066 fatcat:zp7shphcnbdnnols4ifwlrdsgq