Advances in Quantitative Coronary Arteriography by Michael J. Davies (auth.), Johan H. C. Reiber, Patrick W. PDF

By Michael J. Davies (auth.), Johan H. C. Reiber, Patrick W. Serruys (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9401048193

ISBN-13: 9789401048194

ISBN-10: 940111854X

ISBN-13: 9789401118545

In this fourth e-book within the sequence on quantitative coronary arteriography (QCA) with the sooner 3 volumes released in 1986, 1988 and 1991, the newest advancements during this intriguing box are lined. either the methodolog­ ical and medical program features of those advances are provided in a entire demeanour in a complete of 37 chapters by way of global well known specialists. The publication is subdivided right into a overall of 8 components, starting with the extra methodological matters, akin to QCA and different modalities (3 chapters), cine­ movie as opposed to electronic arteriography (3 chapters), quality controls in QCA (4 chapters), and coronary blood circulation and stream reserve (3 chapters). considering the fact that QCA has been good confirmed because the approach for the evaluation of regression and development in atherosclerotic sickness, and of restenosis after recanaliz­ ation approaches, significant medical trials in either teams are defined widely by means of their crucial investigators in a complete of eleven chapters. moreover, the QCA effects after the appliance of varied recanalization suggestions are provided in one other 8 chapters. within the final half the reports with quite a few intracoronary prostheses with the emphasis on QCA are mentioned in 5 chapters. this huge bring up in program orientated chapters signifies that QCA is easily alive and gaining momentum. even if the accuracy and precision of the analytical equipment progressively enhance with the expanding complexity of the algorithms, there's nonetheless regularly the human issue thinking about those approaches when it comes to body choice, phase definition, etc.

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Angiography 23 Table 3. Angioscopy versus angiography in allograft coronary arteries Patient Allograft age Angiographic findings Angioscope findings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 2 years 2 years 2 years 3 years 4 years 4 years NI NI NI NI NI NO OP NI NO NI NI NI YP NI NI YP WP NI YP NI NI = Normal, NO = Non-obstructive luminal irregularities; OP Yellow plaque; WP = White plaque. = Obstructive plaque; YP = who was two years from transplantation, had diffuse three-vessel obstructive disease by angiography.

Crescent shaped sonolucent plaque. The gray arrows indicate an eccentric plaque with a reduced acoustic reflectance . The adventitia overlying this plaque is remodeled outward. See text. E. e. Gurley Figure 11. Symmetrical trilayered vessel appearance. In this case, both the intimal leading-edge and sonolucent zone are abnormally thickened. third layer of the arterial wall at most coronary sites. The leading-edge of this structure was often evident, but a distinct interface at the trailing edge was not apparent except within bypass grafts.

Thus, a vessel lumen with a circular cross-sectional profile will appear elliptical whenever the transducer is not orthogonal to the long axis of the vessel. This phenomenon can represent a significant confounding variable in quanti- Coronary intravascular ultrasound 37 tative measurements. Axial positioning is also important in optimizing image quality because current devices employ very low acoustic power to produce images and "drop-out" is often evident when imaging off-axis structures. This problem is most troublesome in normal subjects who often have an intimal leading-edge of minimal acoustic reflectance which may poorly reflect ultrasound.

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