Welcome to CRCPress. Com! We have customized the Taylor Francis India website to host CRC Press titles. Please choose to get the following benefits: There are many modalities available to image the heart and this variety and number of scan types can prove to be daunting to radiologists and cardiologists. In addition, there are the numerous devices, stents, valves and other paraphernalia which are employed in the management of cardiac disease, which need to be recognised and identified when interpreting any of these various scans.
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Containing 75 challenging clinical cases and illustrated with superb, high quality images, Cardiac Imaging covers a wide range of cardiac imaging problems from basic radiographic cases to more challenging and esoteric cases involving echocardiography, cardiac MRI, cardiac CT and myocardial perfusion imaging. The book uses an accessible format for quick assimilation. It remains an invaluable text for all radiology and cardiology professionals in practice and in training, from hospital-based doctors preparing for higher examinations to established physicians in their continuing professional development. Aorta thoracic Arrhythmias Cardiomyopathy Congenital/anatomical anomalies Coronary artery disease Heart failure Infective disorders Infiltrative heart disorders Investigative procedures Ischaemic heart disease Left ventricle (LV) disease Paediatric cases Pericardial disease Pulmonary vascular disease Therapeutic procedures Thromboembolism Tumours Valvular heart disease … provides an overview of cardiac imaging modalities presented in a case-based format. … covers dozens of different cardiac pathologies and the imaging that helped to make the diagnosis or determine management. The cases are completely independent of one another… One may read this book to quickly gain a sense of the broad scope of cardiac imaging without being burdened with in-depth information about any single modality. —Leeor Jaffe, M.
D. , Ochsner Clinic Foundation It impressively covers the full gamut, encompassing plain film, echocardiography, catheter angiography, SPECT, CT and MRI—a range I have not seen in any other cardiac imaging case series I have read to date. The images are printed on excellent quality paper, and are suitably sized to identify the pertinent abnormality without resorting to a magnifying glass. —Jonathan Weir-McCall, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, Clinical Radiology, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, UK On new generation cardiac CT scanners (Aquilion ONE, Brilliance iCT, Discovery CT755 HD and Somatom Definition Flash) for cardiac imaging in people with suspected or known coronary artery disease in whom imaging is difficult with earlier generation CT scanners. Some of the CT scanners that were reviewed have been updated since the guidance was published and we have. The guidance applies to these product versions. The guidance was updated in July 7567 following changes to the NICE clinical guideline on the.
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This guidance represents the view of NICE, arrived at after careful consideration of the evidence available. When exercising their judgement, healthcare professionals are expected to take this guidance fully into account. However, the guidance does not override the individual responsibility of healthcare professionals to make decisions appropriate to the circumstances of the individual patient, in consultation with the patient and/or guardian or carer. Commissioners and/or providers have a responsibility to implement the guidance, in their local context, in light of their duties to have due regard to the need to eliminate unlawful discrimination, advance equality of opportunity, and foster good relations. Nothing in this guidance should be interpreted in a way that would be inconsistent with compliance with those duties. More events occur in patients with normal or mildly abnormal functional tests, as shown by latest analysis of PROMISE study. ASE EACVI publish an update for echocardiographic assessment of LV diastolic function presenting with symptoms of dyspnea or heart failure.
Meta-analysis of prognostic studies shows increased rate of SCD with increasing LGE in patients with HCM after adjusting for other factors. The spring meeting this year will be a joint meeting between the BSCI/BSCCT, BSCMR and BNCS. The BSCI is a multi-professional society for all those interested in and practicing in cardiac imaging. We act as the national special interest group for cardiovascular CT (CCT). This function and the educational and professional quality standards relating to CCT have been brought together as the British Society of Cardiovascular CT (BSCCT) within the BSCI. We are a multi-modality cardiac imaging society. This is reflected in our scientific meetings, which enables us to discuss and compare different imaging techniques.
If your doctor thinks you may have heart disease, the first step is often some kind of cardiac imaging.