Coronary CT angiography using 64 detector rows: methods and design of the multi-centre trial CORE-64

@article{Miller2008CoronaryCA,
  title={Coronary CT angiography using 64 detector rows: methods and design of the multi-centre trial CORE-64},
  author={Julie Miller and Marc Dewey and Andrea L. Vavere and Carlos E. Rochitte and Hiroyuki Niinuma and Armin Arbab-Zadeh and Narinder Paul and John W. M. Hoe and A. P. W. de Roos and Kunihiro Yoshioka and Pedro Alves Lemos and David E. Bush and Albert C. Lardo and John Texter and Jeffery A. Brinker and Christopher Cox and Melvin Eugene Clouse and Joao A. C. Lima},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={19},
  pages={816-828}
}
Multislice computed tomography (MSCT) for the noninvasive detection of coronary artery stenoses is a promising candidate for widespread clinical application because of its non-invasive nature and high sensitivity and negative predictive value as found in several previous studies using 16 to 64 simultaneous detector rows. A multi-centre study of CT coronary angiography using 16 simultaneous detector rows has shown that 16-slice CT is limited by a high number of nondiagnostic cases and a high… CONTINUE READING

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