Over the last years, the surgical techniques used to repair Tetralogy of Fallot as well as the cross-sectional cardiac imaging techniques have substantially improved. Now, the survival rate after surgical repair is more than 90% at 40 years old. A follow-up is needed and the imaging evaluation should be guided by the surgical techniques used. This article reviews the most common surgical procedures for a complete repair, the associated anatomic and hemodynamic complications and the role of cardiac imaging, mainly magnetic resonance imaging.Le texte complet de cet article est disponible en PDF.
Keywords : Heart, Pulmonary arteries, MRI, Tetralogy of Fallot, Postoperative