The best of non-invasive cardiac imaging in 1999.

Abstract : The term non-invasive and non-echographic myocardial imaging is used to describe the advances in nuclear cardiology and magnetic resonance imaging underlying the most recent developments in investigating the myocardium. The value of new techniques such as rapid CT scan and cardiological applications of the synchroton are described. The main clinical applications of these techniques in the present and future are reviewed, especially with regards to ischaemic heart disease.
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Jean-Eric Wolf, Yves Cottin, Alain Lalande, François Brunotte. The best of non-invasive cardiac imaging in 1999.. Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux, J B Bailliere et Fils, 2000, 93 (1), pp.87-95. ⟨hal-00840276⟩



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