New coronary imaging techniques : what to expect ?

@inproceedings{Feyter2002NewCI,
  title={New coronary imaging techniques : what to expect ?},
  author={Pim J. de Feyter},
  year={2002}
}
Coronary imaging is the ultimate challenge for any imaging technique. This is because the coronary arteries are small (2–4 mm in diameter) and have a tortuous, complex, three dimensional course and are continuously in motion, except for a short period during mid diastole. During the last decade we have witnessed great advances in cardiac imaging. This was partly as a result of improved scanner hardware, but more because of advances in microprocessor technology, which allow for rapid processing… CONTINUE READING