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Chapter 61: Noninvasive Myocardial Imaging
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Non invasive myocardial imaging Chest X-ray CT (conventional, helical, electron beam) Nuclear medicine Echocardiography MRI
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LVE HTN aortic insufficiency cardiomyopathy
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LAE mitral valve Dz rheumatic fever congenital L to R LVE HTN aortic insufficiency cardiomyopathy
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RVE Pulmonary Dz Pulmonary A. HTN Mitral Valve Dz
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RAE ASD Tricuspid Stenosis RV Failure RVE Pulmonary Dz Pulmonary A. HTN Mitral Valve Dz
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Cardiac Imaging: CT Helical CT Continuous scanning Data sets are 3D MDCT: multi detector-row CT entire heart scanned in 35 sec Electron Beam CT non-emergent: coronary calc., card fxn, wall motion abnormalities
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Helical CT application Focal wall abnormalities cardiac tumor vs thrombus Pericardial Dz Low density - effusion High density – hematoma Calcifications PE Cardiac Imaging: CT
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Cardiac Imaging:
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