By Walter Ameling (auth.), Jürgen Meyer MD, Peter Schweizer MD, Raimund Erbel MD (eds.)
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High resolution imaging (segmented RTC) (a) precision of volume measurement improved (b) automated tracing of ventricular edges (c) differential diagnosis improved (infarcted areas ... ) 2. greater field of view, even proximal 3. Doppler improved, giving better flow results 4. increased possibility of computer aided information extraction. REFERENCES 1. Frank, Schneekloth, Albers, Hauke: Ultraschalltomographie abdomineller Organe und der Schild- drUse, Ferdinand Enke Verlag. To be published May 1983.
SCHELBERT, MARKUS SCHWAIGER, SUNG-CHENG HUANG, ANIL SHAH and MICHAEL E. PHELPS Radionuclide imaging with Tl-201 is widely used for evaluating regional myocardial perfusion. Its value for diagnosing ischemic heart disease and estimating its extent has been well established. However, the distribution of myocardial blood flow can be assessed with this technique only qualitatively, and measurements of regional myocardial perfusion in terms ofml/min/gm myocardium are not possible. Such measurements can conceivably be made with the recently developed positron emission computed tomography (positron-CT) [1, 2].
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Advances in Noninvasive Cardiology: Ultrasound, computed tomography, radioisotopes, digital angiography by Walter Ameling (auth.), Jürgen Meyer MD, Peter Schweizer MD, Raimund Erbel MD (eds.)