Cardiovascular Nuclear Medicine and MRI: Quantitation and by Hermann Eichstaedt (auth.), Johan H. C. Reiber, Ernst E. Van

By Hermann Eichstaedt (auth.), Johan H. C. Reiber, Ernst E. Van Der Wall (eds.)

In contemporary years there were significant advances within the fields of cardiovascular nuclear medication and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging. In nuclear cardiology extra enough tomographic structures were designed for regimen cardiac use, in addition to new or superior quantitative analytic software program programs either for planar and tomographic reports carried out on sleek cutting-edge workstations. furthermore, synthetic intelligence strategies are being utilized to those photographs in makes an attempt to interpret the nuclear stories in a extra target and reproducible demeanour. a number of new radiotracers were built, corresponding to antimyosin, classified isonitriles, metabolic compounds, and so on. in addition, substitute rigidity checking out with dipyridamole and dobutamine has acquired a lot realization in medical cardiac perform. Magnetic resonance imaging is a relative newcomer in cardiology and has already proven its advantages, not just for anatomical details yet more and more for the practical points of cardiac functionality.
This ebook covers virtually each element of quantitative cardiovascular nuclear drugs and magnetic resonance imaging. it's going to support the nuclear medication health professional, the radiologist, the physicist/image processing expert and the medical heart specialist in realizing the nuclear drugs options utilized in cardiovascular medication, and in expanding our wisdom of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging.

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