Viability imaging by cardiac computed tomography.

@article{Mendoza2010ViabilityIB,
  title={Viability imaging by cardiac computed tomography.},
  author={D. D. Mendoza and S. Joshi and Gaby Weissman and Allen J. Taylor and W. G. Weigold},
  journal={Journal of cardiovascular computed tomography},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          83-91
        }
}
First-pass perfusion and delayed enhancement cardiac imaging have been shown to be feasible by cardiac CT. However, questions remain about its reliability, and ideal scanning parameters have yet to be fully established. In general, scar imaging with cardiac CT typically requires 2 scans, with first-pass perfusion information derived from the same data set used to visualize the coronary arteries. Reduced contrast enhancement on first-pass cardiac CT images represents reduced perfusion. Higher… Expand
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