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by G. Vetrovec,E. Goudreau
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  • Author:
    G. Vetrovec,E. Goudreau
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    0412044617
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (September 4, 1998)
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    140 pages
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Автор: G. Vetrovec, E. Goudreau Название: Coronary Angiography For The Interventionalist Издательство: Hodder Arnold . This book should be of interest to practicing cardiologists and residents in cardiology.

This book should be of interest to practicing cardiologists and residents in cardiology.

Coronary Angiography . .by George W. Vetrovec. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Coronary Angiography For The Interventionalist. by. George W.

Coronary Angiography for the Interventionalist. The purpose of this text is to focus on specific aspects of angiography relative to the needs of the interventionalist

Coronary Angiography for the Interventionalist. The purpose of this text is to focus on specific aspects of angiography relative to the needs of the interventionalist. Thus, the angiographic aspects of interventional procedures, such as specific views to enhance vessel separation, assessment of lesion morphology, and assessment of the interventional procedure outcome, will be presented.

Aims Coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) has emerged as a non-invasive diagnostic .

Aims Coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) has emerged as a non-invasive diagnostic method for patients with suspected coronary artery disease, but its usefulness in patients with complex coronary artery disease remains to be investigated. Each heart team, blinded for the other imaging modality, quantified the anatomical complexity using the SYNTAX score and integrated clinical information using the SYNTAX Score II to provide a treatment recommendations based on mortality prediction at 4 years: coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), or equipoise between CABG and PCI.

Background: Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for anomalous right coronary artery (RCA) arising from the left sinus of Valsalva (LSOV) is a technical challenge due to inadequate guiding catheter support to overcome the acute rightward course of the anomalous RCA. In this. In this study we describe a novel technique for PCI for an anomalous RCA arising from the LSOV.

Significant coronary artery disease affecting the septal perforator arteries can cause anginal pain, rhythm disturbances, or septal infarction.

Coronary angiography showed anomalous right coronary artery originating from left coronary sinus having chronic total occlusion in proximal portion and normal left anterior descending artery and left circumflex artery. We were successful in implanting the two stents at an occlusive region with good angiographic results.

Coronary angiography is the contrasting of the coronary arteries under X-ray control with the introduction of RKV into the mouth of the arteries and the recording of the image on the X-ray film and video camera. Increasingly, they use the computer's hard disk and CD disks, while the image quality does not deteriorate.

We observed the surface morphology of normal and diseased segments of coronary arteries using percutaneous intracoronary angioscopy and coronary angiography

We observed the surface morphology of normal and diseased segments of coronary arteries using percutaneous intracoronary angioscopy and coronary angiography. Rehr R, Disciascio G, Vetrovec G, Cowley M. Angiographic morphology of coronary artery stenoses in prolonged rest angina: evidence of intracoronary thrombosis. J Am Coll Cardiol 1989; 14: 1429–37.

The purpose of this text is to focus on specific aspects of angiography relative to the needs of the interventionalist. Thus, the angiographic aspects of interventional procedures, such as specific views to enhance vessel separation, assessment of lesion morphology, and assessment of the interventional procedure outcome, will be presented. As a result, the beginning interventionalist will achieve a better understanding of the angiographic anatomy involved in angioplasty techniques and the experienced interventionalist will be provided with a useful review and a source of examples for training others. This book should be of interest to practicing cardiologists and residents in cardiology.