Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
This outstanding guide gives up-to-the-minute information on the rapidly expanding role of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging for the diagnosis and management of ischemic, valvular, myopathic, pericardial, aortic, and congenital heart disease. From basic concepts to techniques and applications, noted experts discuss the technical aspects of CMR and how they should be applied in clinical practice. They also explain the physiological aspects of the heart and how the latest technology can be applied to better understand and quantify pathology.
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BASIC PRINCIPLES OF Stress CMRWall Motion 113
Stress CMRClinical Myocardial Perfusion
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abnormalities acquisition aneurysms anomalous aortic dissection arrow artifacts ascending aorta assessment atrial atrium blood flow breath-hold bypass graft cardiac cycle Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Circulation clinical CMR images coarctation Coll Cardiol contrast agent coro coronary angiography coronary artery disease coronary flow coronary MRA detection diagnosis diastolic dipyridamole dobutamine echo echocardiography effects end-diastolic enhancement evaluation Figure flow reserve flow velocity free-breathing function Gd-DTPA gradient gradient-echo ischemia k-space left ventricle left ventricular Magn magnetic field magnetic resonance angiography magnetic resonance imaging measurement method microvascular obstruction myocar myocardial perfusion myocardium navigator noninvasive normal patients percent pericardial plane plaque pulmonary artery pulse quantitative Radiology regional reperfusion respiratory right ventricle right ventricular Roentgenol scan segment sequence short axis signal intensity slice spin-echo CMR spins stenosis systole tagging technique thallium thoracic tion tissue Tl-weighted tomography transmural transverse valve vascular velocity mapping vessel volume wall motion wall thickness