Maximizing dose reductions with cardiac CT

  title={Maximizing dose reductions with cardiac CT},
  author={Matthew J. Budoff},
  journal={The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging},
  pages={279 - 287}
Multidetector computed tomography has come a long way in a short time, quickly becoming a standard tool in the cardiac imaging armamentarium. The promise of plaque imaging, combined with both anatomical visualization and stenosis detection, has made this a preferred first line test of many cardiologists and radiologists. This test is well suited to rule out coronary artery disease (obstruction) and still diagnosing subclinical plaque, with may be a good target for anti-atherosclerotic therapies… CONTINUE READING


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