Joanne Kirby

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Multi-detector computed tomography (MDCT) has become an alternative to coronary angiography in diagnosis of graft occlusion and stenosis after coronary artery bypass. A literature search was performed for studies comparing angiography to 8-slice, 16-slice, and 64-slice MDCT in the assessment of coronary grafts. In assessing occlusion, 14 studies produced(More)
Multi-slice computed tomography technology is emerging as a realistic investigation in patients with suspected disease in native, stented or grafted coronary arteries. A non-invasive diagnostic tool is desirable as these patients are at high risk for complications of invasive angiography. A 64-slice CT may achieve the desired diagnostic accuracy, and(More)
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