Andreas F Kopp

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Two patients carrying an active subretinal implant with extra-ocular parts were examined by high-resolution CT. Cranial scans were acquired in the primary position and in eight additional directions of gaze with eyes open and closed to demonstrate the mobility of the eyeball and the implant within the orbital cavity. Three-dimensional images were(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate image quality and diagnostic accuracy in detecting coronary artery lesions using a 16-MDCT scanner. MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirty-seven patients (28 men, nine women) underwent unenhanced helical CT and MDCT angiography of the coronary arteries. After patients received oral beta-blocker medication, CT scans(More)
BACKGROUND Cardiac allograft rejection and vasculopathy are the main factors limiting long-term survival after heart transplantation.In this pilot study we investigated whether non-invasive methods are beneficial to detect cardiac allograft rejection (Grade 03 R) and cardiac allograft vasculopathy. Thus we compared multi-slice computed tomography and(More)
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