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CT Coronary Angiography [electronic resource] : An Atlas of Investigation and Diagnosis

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781846920103Series: Atlas: CT AngiographyPublication details: Oxford : Clinical Publishing, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781846926266
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: CT Coronary Angiography : An Atlas of Investigation and DiagnosisDDC classification:
  • 616.12075722
LOC classification:
  • WG 141.5 .T6
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Contents:
Contents; Editors and contributors; Abbreviations; PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO CARDIAC CT; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Fundamentals of CT; Chapter 3: Basics of cardiac CT; Chapter 4: Contrast material administration; Chapter 5: How to optimize cardiac CT images; Chapter 6: How to interrogate cardiac CT datasets; Chapter 7: How to report cardiac CT angiography; PART 2: SPECTRUM OF DISEASES; Chapter 8: Coronary anomalies; Chapter 9: Coronary calcium and atherosclerotic plaques: prognostic value; Chapter 10: Coronary stenosis; Chapter 11: Coronary stent imaging
Chapter 11: Coronary artery bypass graftsChapter 13: Collateral findings; PART 3: CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OFCARDIAC CT - CASE STUDIES; Chapter 14: Overview of clinical applications; Chapter 15: Case studies: primary prevention; Chapter 16: Case studies: atypical chest pain; Chapter 17: Case studies: stable angina pectoris; Chapter 18: Case studies: acute coronary syndrome; Chapter 19: Case studies: secondary prevention; Chapter 20: Case studies: triple rule-out and other collateral findings; Chapter 21: Clinical indications for CT coronary angiography
Chapter 22: New horizons in cardiac CT technologyIndex
Summary: Presents the reader with a thorough grounding in the basics of cardiac CT, with particular reference to coronary artery disease. Primarily a practical guide, this reference includes a review of basic techniques, optimization, data handling and reporting. The atlas is based firmly in a clinical context, comprehensively illustrated throughout and using detailed case studies to demonstrate the role of cardiac CT in a wide variety of clinical settings. An essential reference for the hospital radiology department and trainees in radiology and cardiology.
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Contents; Editors and contributors; Abbreviations; PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO CARDIAC CT; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Fundamentals of CT; Chapter 3: Basics of cardiac CT; Chapter 4: Contrast material administration; Chapter 5: How to optimize cardiac CT images; Chapter 6: How to interrogate cardiac CT datasets; Chapter 7: How to report cardiac CT angiography; PART 2: SPECTRUM OF DISEASES; Chapter 8: Coronary anomalies; Chapter 9: Coronary calcium and atherosclerotic plaques: prognostic value; Chapter 10: Coronary stenosis; Chapter 11: Coronary stent imaging

Chapter 11: Coronary artery bypass graftsChapter 13: Collateral findings; PART 3: CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OFCARDIAC CT - CASE STUDIES; Chapter 14: Overview of clinical applications; Chapter 15: Case studies: primary prevention; Chapter 16: Case studies: atypical chest pain; Chapter 17: Case studies: stable angina pectoris; Chapter 18: Case studies: acute coronary syndrome; Chapter 19: Case studies: secondary prevention; Chapter 20: Case studies: triple rule-out and other collateral findings; Chapter 21: Clinical indications for CT coronary angiography

Chapter 22: New horizons in cardiac CT technologyIndex

Presents the reader with a thorough grounding in the basics of cardiac CT, with particular reference to coronary artery disease. Primarily a practical guide, this reference includes a review of basic techniques, optimization, data handling and reporting. The atlas is based firmly in a clinical context, comprehensively illustrated throughout and using detailed case studies to demonstrate the role of cardiac CT in a wide variety of clinical settings. An essential reference for the hospital radiology department and trainees in radiology and cardiology.