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September 2007 Br J Cardiol 2007;14:237-41

Non-invasive cardiac imaging: current and emerging roles for multi-detector row computed tomography. Part 2

Edward D Nicol, Simon PG Padley

Abstract

In recent years technological advances have enabled improvements in both temporal and spatial resolution such that multi-detector computed tomography (MDCT) is now able to reproducibly evaluate cardiac disease. The combination of this improved resolution with more advanced post-processing techniques now means that MDCT has the ability to perform both anatomical and functional assessment from the single study. This technique therefore not only provides a non-invasive alternative to conventional angiography but the same data-set allows concurrent assessment of cardiac function, assessment of aberrant vessels, graft patency studies and assessmen

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May 2007 Br J Cardiol 2007;14:143-50

Non-invasive cardiac imaging – current and emerging roles for multi-detector row computed tomography. Part 1

Edward D Nicol, Simon PG Padley

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