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Validation of intracoronary ultrasound imaging - R.J.G. Peters

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ISBN: 9789090074788
TAAL: Nederlands
SCHRIJVER: R.J.G. Peters

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...arning objectives Two intracoronary imaging techniques are routinely available to complement angiography in the management of coronary artery disease, namely intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) ... Clinical Intracoronary Ultrasound | Request PDF ... . The former has been in clinical use for >25 years and has directly informed the fundamentals of atherosclerotic plaque composition and arterial remodelling, as ... Hodgson J, Reddy D, Suneja R, Nair R, Lesnefsky E, Sheehan H (1993) Intracoronary ultrasound imaging: correlation of plaque morphology with angiography, clinical syndrome and procedural results in patients undergoing coronary angioplasty. J Am Coll Cardiol 21: 35-44 PubMed Google Scholar Advanced contour detection for three-dimensional intracoronary ultrasound: A validation - In vitro and in vivo Gerhard Koning * , Jouke Dijkstra, Clemens Von Birgelen , Joan C. ... Intracoronary Imaging | Heart ... . J Am Coll Cardiol 21: 35-44 PubMed Google Scholar Advanced contour detection for three-dimensional intracoronary ultrasound: A validation - In vitro and in vivo Gerhard Koning * , Jouke Dijkstra, Clemens Von Birgelen , Joan C. Tuinenburg, Jean Brunette, Jean Claude Tardif, Pranobe W. Oemrawsingh, Christian Sieling, Sören Melsa, Johan H.C. Reiber Intracoronary imaging has given a new dimension to the field of interventional cardiology. When choosing the modality of intracoronary imaging, the anatomic location in the coronary tree appears to be a good discriminator. IVUS has better data when it comes to LMS-related lesions, whereas OCT seems to be superior in arteries with an MLA of <3 mm 2. BACKGROUND: Serial analysis of intracoronary ultrasound images is limited by difficulty with spatial registration and inability to assess the full extent of vascular disease. Three-dimensional (3D) imaging of coronary arteries can potentially overcome these limitations. Intracoronary imaging and non imaging teclmiques for guidance of coronary interventions. Part II: Two-dimensional intracoronary ultrasound ix 3 c~~~ 33 Intracoronary ultrasound: an evolving rival for quantitative coronary angiography. Chapter 3: 55 Three-dimensional intracoronary ultrasound. Goals and practical problems. Chapter 4: 71 There are two main broadly available intracoronary imaging modalities, namely intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and optical coherence tomography (OCT), which provide information on (1) the lumen and wall morphology as well as the anatomic and tissue characteristics of atherosclerotic plaques, and (2) endovascular implants 1, 2. Request PDF | Clinical Intracoronary Ultrasound | Catheter-based intracoronary imaging produces real-time high resolution cross-sectional tomographic images from lumen and vessel wall. | Find ... Figure 1. Novel Intracoronary Imaging Devices (A) A fly-through view obtained by optical Fourier domain imaging showing a stent implanted 9 years earlier and a new stent (B) (1).(C and D) Cross-sectional view showing struts of the 2 stents.(E) Angiogram showing a 50% stenosis at a site of a thin-cap fibroatheroma (TCFA) by both virtual histology (center) and optical coherence tomography (OCT ... OBJECTIVES To validate intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) measurements for differentiating functionally significant from nonsignificant coronary stenosis. BACKGROUND To date, there are no validated criteria for the definition of a flow-limiting coronary artery stenosis by IVUS. METHODS Preinterventional IVUS imaging (30-MHz imaging catheter) of 70 de novo coronary lesions was performed. Background...