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Cardiovascular CT and MR Imaging: From Technique


Author: Carlo Catalano

Publisher: Springer


Publish Date: January 22, 2013

ISBN-10: 8847028671

Pages: 362

File Type: PDF

Language: English

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Book Preface

For those who, like me, have begun working in vascular radiology, particularly with invasive diagnostic methods, it is satisfying today to experience the once unthinkable diagnostic possibilities of CT and MRI in cardiovascular diseases, and we are aware that technological progress is making and will continue to provide more results in the future.

Satisfaction is found in two factors, one personal and one general. The personal factor concerns the way in which my young colleagues have brilliantly contributed to this advancement in cardiovascular diagnosis, increasing and refining their expertise
thanks to the experience of Carlo Catalano, who coordinated the work, and enriching it with the knowledge they gained from him before beginning to work in the sector; this was developed at the University of L’Aquila with the first suitable CT and MRI installations, in their early stages, for angiographic cardiovascular acquisition. The general factor is the observation that technological progress, in terms of the speed and quality of both acquisition and reconstruction software, has made it possible for radiologists to study coronary circulation, which, until the advent of new imaging technologies had been sparsely and indirectly accessible.

It is therefore with great delight and pride that I present this work, edited by Carlo
Catalano, which in 17 chapters summarizes, albeit comprehensively, examination techniques, the treatment and processing of images, their reconstructions by angiographic types, and the resulting diagnostic picture in the main pathological conditions in various cardiovascular districts.

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