- Author:Yasumi Uchida MD,Yasumi Uchida
- Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (March 15, 2001)
- Pages:274 pages
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by Yasumi Uchida MD (Author), Yasumi Uchida (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Yasumi Uchida (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0879934781. Composed of three parts (addressing the topics of coronary angioscopy, cardioscopy, and a discussion of possible future applications of both techniques), the book's large, well-designed, atlas-style format and extensive use of color illustrations (160 of 250 figures are in color) make it a particularly effective resource.
Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, Coronary Angioscopy is the first and only book to systematically describe the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy.
Coronary Angioscopy book.
Imaging of Triglycerides in Human Coronary Plaques by Color Fluorescent Angioscopy and Microscopy.
status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy
Автор: Uchida Yasumi, Ricci Marco, Jaffe S Allan, Название: Coronary Angioscopy Издательство: Wiley . Поставляется из: Англии Описание: Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, this volume systematically describes the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy
Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows. Takanobu Tomaru, Fumitaka Nakamura, Yoshiharu Fujimori, Yasumi Uchida.
Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows. Procedure of Coronary Angioscopy.
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Coronary angioscopy or cardioscopy using biocompatible markers is one choice for evaluation of tissues, cells, or molecules which comprise the target lesions. Angioscopy using EB as a biomarker, namely, dye-staining angioscopy, has been developed and applied for molecular imaging of the substances that constitute atherosclerotic lesions. By dye-staining angioscopy, coronary endothelial damage can be visualized
Figure 1 shows an excised yellow plaque studied by conventional angioscopy
Author + information. vol. 6 no. 9 1015-1017. Figure 1 shows an excised yellow plaque studied by conventional angioscopy. Before administering FG, the luminal surface of the plaque was yellow and green in a mosaic fashion, which indicated the presence of lipids and beta-carotene (3). After administration of FG, brown and red fluorescence appeared separately in the same plaque, revealing codeposition of HDL and LDL/LPC.
The book's scope includes a review of the dramatic developmentsthat have brought so much change in such a short time. From theintroduction of the flexible endoscope in the late 1940s to thecreation of the fiberscope by the author in the late 1990s, thetools and techniques described within are presented withwell-earned authority.
Composed of three parts (addressing the topics of coronaryangioscopy, cardioscopy, and a discussion of possible futureapplications of both techniques), the book's large, well-designed,atlas-style format and extensive use of color illustrations (160 of250 figures are in color) make it a particularly effectiveresource. In addition, it provides information on new findings,techniques and devices, such as the cardioscopic observation ofcoronary microvessels from the cardiac chambers themselves, many ofwhich are not previously reported.