By Abdulmassih S. Iskandrian, Ernst E. van der Wall (auth.), Abdulmassih S. Iskandrian, Ernst E. Van Der Wall (eds.)
In the prior few years it has turn into transparent that left ventricular disorder, even of serious measure, can be reversible after coronary revascularization in a few sufferers. accordingly, myocardial viability has captured the mind's eye of researchers and clinicians trying to get to the bottom of the mobile and subcellular mechanisms and outline acceptable diagnostic modalities. those diagnostic modalities comprise: cardiac catheterization, positron-emission tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, two-dimensional echocardiography and single-photon imaging. This e-book, for the 1st time, brings jointly a various array of data in a accomplished and concise style utilizing a template of ten chapters written via specialists within the box. it will likely be required studying for cardiologists, radiologists, nuclear medication experts, cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, internists and simple researchers and their trainees who're focused on the administration of sufferers with coronary artery disorder in whom myocardial viability is a clinically suitable factor.
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