Atlas of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Expert by Christopher M. Kramer MD, W. Greg Hundley MD

By Christopher M. Kramer MD, W. Greg Hundley MD

Atlas of Cardiovascular MR, through Christopher M. Kramer, MD and W. Gregory Hundley, MD, presents the wealthy visible assistance you must successfully diagnose cardiovascular difficulties utilizing the newest cardiac magnetic resonance imaging ways. utilizing a case-based method, this new scientific reference explains the right way to opt for and enforce the simplest imaging techniques for all sorts of heart problems and indicates you ways to interpret your findings. knowledgeable seek advice web site, incorporated with the e-book, presents extra photographs and video clips that supply additional readability on cardiovascular purposes of MR imaging.

    • Key issues in each one bankruptcy summarize an important issues to remember.
    • A case-based structure demonstrates how imaging rules follow to genuine scientific events.
    • A clinically orientated, functional technique specializes in the hands-on wisdom you want to in attaining the easiest photo caliber, stay away from artifacts, and interpret photos appropriately.
    • Numerous top quality pictures, many in complete colour, replicate the cardiovascular MR findings you spot in practice.
    • A significant other DVD offers extra pictures and video clips that extra illustrate cardiovascular functions of MR imaging.
    • A logical, constant structure in every one bankruptcy makes details effortless to find.

Show description

Read or Download Atlas of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Expert Consult - Online and Print: Imaging Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease, 1e PDF

Best cardiovascular books

Cardiology Drug Update, An Issue of Cardiology Clinics

New cardiac medicines are being built at a fast velocity. a number of new medications and periods of substances are reviewed during this factor, which will help cardiologists retain up to date with the newest drug info.

The Role of Oxygen Radicals in Cardiovascular Diseases: A Conference in the European Concerted Action on Breakdown in Human Adaptation — Cardiovascular Diseases, held in Asolo, Italy, 2–5 December 1986

Transforming into experimental proof is beeing produced in aid of the thesis that lipid pe,oxidation is a crucial mediator of either vascular and myocardial tissue derangement. even though the position of the free-radical procedure in human cardiovascular pathology is still speculative, however the capability implications of any such approach in either pharmacological remedy and prevention of significant cardiovascular ailments, comparable to myocardial infarction, cardiomyopathy and arrhythmias, justify the expanding curiosity of medical cardiologists during this learn region.

Leitlinien zu Diagnostik und Therapie in der Gefäßchirurgie

Leitlinien sind eindeutige und substanzielle Aussagen zu medizinischen Fragestellungen und damit eine gute Grundlage für eine individualisierte und patientenbezogene Diagnostik und Therapie. Die 22 publizierten Leitlinien der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Gefäßchirurgie sind in diesem Buch zusammengefasst - sie bieten schnelle info zu konkreten Fragen, Orientierung bei komplexen Problemen und eine gezielte Entscheidungshilfe bei der Wahl des diagnostischen und therapeutischen Vorgehens.

The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care

The ESC Textbook of extensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care is the authentic textbook of the intense Cardiovascular Care organization (ACCA) of the ESC. This new up to date variation keeps to comprehensively strategy all of the diverse matters with regards to extensive and acute cardiovascular care. The textbook is addressed to all these serious about in depth and acute cardiac care, from cardiologists to emergency physicians and healthcare execs.

Additional resources for Atlas of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Expert Consult - Online and Print: Imaging Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease, 1e

Sample text

It offers three-dimensional (3D) visualization of the left ventricle through the cardiac cycle with high spatial and temporal resolution without use of ionizing radiation or contrast agents. CMR is especially useful in patients deemed technically difficult for echocardiography but is also more reliable than two-dimensional (2D) echocardiography when LV size and function are abnormal, particularly in ischemic heart disease. In addition, CMR permits assessment of regional structure and function parameters in correct spatial registration with powerful imaging methods for tissue characterization, such as delayed enhancement imaging of myocardial infarction.

Branches of the PFA include lateral femoral circumflex, medial femoral circumflex, and descending genicular arteries in addition to perforating and muscular branches. Ulnar artery Aorta Right common iliac artery Left common iliac artery Median sacral artery Superior hemorrhoidal artery Left external iliac artery Left internal iliac artery Right external iliac artery Right internal iliac artery Left common femoral artery Left circumflex iliacl artery Left inferior epigastric artery Right common femoral artery Ascending branch of right lateral femoral circumflex artery Right lateral femoral circumflex artery Descending branch of right lateral femoral circumflex artery Right superficial femoral artery Right profunda femoris artery Left profunda femoris artery Left lateral femoral circumflex artery Ascending branch of left lateral femoral circumflex artery Descending branch of right lateral femoral circumflex artery Left superficial femoral artery Chapter 2 Right profunda femoris artery Left profunda femoris artery Right superficial femoral artery Left superficial femoral artery Muscular branch of right superficial femoral artery Right descending genicular artery Right popliteal artery Right lateral superior genicular artery Right lateral inferior genicular artery Right medial inferior genicular artery Right anterior tibial artery Right tibioperoneal trunk Right lateral inferior genicular artery Right medial inferior genicular artery Right popliteal artery Right tibioperoneal trunk Muscular branch of left superficial femoral artery Left descending genicular artery Left popliteal artery Left lateral superior genicular artery Left lateral inferior genicular artery Left medial inferior genicular artery Left lateral inferior genicular artery Left medial inferior genicular arteries Left popliteal artery Left tibioperoneal trunk Right anterior tibial artery Right posterior tibial artery 23 ■ Figure 2-22 Coronal MIP image of 3T contrast-enhanced MRA of thigh arteries in a 36-year-old man.

B C Discussion of Results Comments The baseline data demonstrate moderate concentric LVH with borderline LV systolic function. Despite the short period of follow-up, results demonstrate clear-cut significant LVH regression and reduction in chamber volumes associated with a significant increase in ejection fraction. Because of the large change in EDVi, the mass/volume ratio actually increases. Thus, because of multiple effects (change in BP, reduction in LV volume, increase in mass/volume ratio), the effective afterload per unit cross-sectional area of myocardium, or wall stress, is diminished, which may play an important role in the improvement of systolic function.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.95 of 5 – based on 16 votes