Radiology residents, practitioners and cardiologists will findthis to be an excellent reference and introduction to cardiac imaging. The book presents the latest imaging techniques, such as MRI and Doppler echocardiography, as well as standard imaging modalities. Essential principles of cardiac imaging are presented and emphasis is on the best methods for diagnosis of common problems.
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The Elements of Cardiac Imaging
Part n Specific Diseases
8 Pericardial and Myocardial Diseases
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