Progress in quantitative coronary arteriography by Johan H. C. ReiberProgress in quantitative coronary arteriography by Johan H. C. Reiber

Progress in quantitative coronary arteriography

EditorJohan H. C. Reiber, P.W. Serruys

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This volume is the fifth in a series on quantitative coronary arteriography (QCA) published over the last nine years. Every two years the latest developments in this exciting field are presented by their leading experts. The following topics, which all currently are and continue to be issues of extensive discussion in the research and clinical communities, are covered in great detail in this volume: endothelial function; comparisons between digital and cine coronary arteriography; inter-laboratory variation between QCA Core Laboratories; the developments in digital archival media; intracoronary pressure, coronary blood flow and flow reserve; quantitative and qualitative features in regression/progression studies; QCA in recanalization studies; and finally the current position of rivaling modalities as coronary angioscopy, intraluminal imaging with ultrasound and fluorescence spectroscopy. This book provides a comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date overview for all clinicians and physicists actively involved or otherwise interested in the most recent developments in quantitative coronary arteriography.
Title:Progress in quantitative coronary arteriographyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:439 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0 inPublished:October 14, 2012Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401045119

ISBN - 13:9789401045117

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Preface. Part One: Endothelial Function. 1. Endothelium control of vascular tone and growth: potential role in coronary artery disease; T.F. Lüscher. 2. Endothelial function in atherosclerosis; F. Charbonneau, I.T. Meredith, T.J. Anderson, M. Gerhard, M. Dyce, D. Delagrange, A.P. Selwyn, P. Ganz. Part Two: QCA: Digital and Cine Coronary Arteriography. 3. Why and how should QCA systems be validated? J.H.C. Reiber, G. Koning, C.D. von Land, P.M.J. van der Zwet. 4. Percutaneous implantation of coronary stenosis phantoms in an anesthetized swine model to validate current quantitative angiography analysis systems; J. Haase, D. Keane, C. Di Mario, J. Escaned, Y. Ozaki, C.J. Slager, R. van Bremen, W.J. van der Giessen, P.W. Serruys. 5. Comparison of accuracy and precision of quantitative coronary arterial analysis between cinefilm and digital systems; J.H.C. Reiber, C.D. von Land, G. Koning, P.M.J. van der Zwet, R.C.M. van Houdt, M.J. Schalij, J. Lespérance. 6. Angiographic core laboratory analyses of arterial phantom images: comparative evaluations of accuracy and precision; G.J. Beauman, J.H.C. Reiber, G. Koning, R.C.M. van Houdt, R.A. Vogel. 7. Task force of the ESC on digital cardiovascular imaging; R. Simon. 8. Which media are most likely to solve the archival problem? J.T. Cusma, T.M. Bashore. Part Three: Intracoronary Pressure, Coronary Blood Flow and Flow Reserve. 9. Control and mechanics of the coronary circulation; J.A.E. Spaan. 10. Possibilities and limitations of myocardial flow reserve; F. Zijlstra, P. Widimsky, H. Suryapranata. 11. Myocardial flow reserve: on-line versus off-line assessment techniques; M.M.J.M. van der Linden, J. Haase, P.W. Serruys. 12. On-line assessment of myocardial flow reserve; M.J. Schalij, M.J.A. Geldof, P.M.J. van der Zwet, E.T. van der Velde, E.M. Nagtegaal, V. Manger Cats, J.H.C. Reiber, A.V.G. Bruschke. 13. Relationship between transstenotic pressure gradients and coronary angiographic parameters; H. Emanuelsson, C. Lamm, M. Dohnal. 14. Intracoronary pressure measurements for calculation of flow reserve; N.H.J. Pijls, B. De Bruyne, S. El Biltagui, M. El Gamal, H.J.R.M. Bonnier, G.R. Heyndrickx, K.L. Gould, R. Kirkeeide, G.J.W. Bech, J.J. Koolen, H.R. Michels, F.A.L.E. Bracke, W. Wijns. 15. Intracoronary Doppler flow velocity in coronary interventions; M.J. Kern. 16. The instantaneous hyperemic pressure--flow relationship in conscious humans; C. Di Mario, R. Krams, R. Gil, N. Meneveau, P.W. Serruys. 17. Progress towards improved measurements of coronary vascular dynamics in clinical practice: a comparative summary of new approaches based on measurements during maximal hyperemia; G.B.J. Mancini. Part Four: QCA in Progression/Regression of Atherosclerotic Disease. 18. Towards complete assessment of progression/regression of coronary atherosclerosis: implications for intervention trials; P.J. de Feyter, C. Di Mario, C.J. Slager, P.W. Serruys, J.R.T.C. Roelandt. 19. Are qualitative features of coronary artery lesions useful in predicting progression? J. Lespérance, G. Hudon, P. Théroux, D. Waters. Part Five: QCA in Recanalization Techniques. 20. Laser overview; A. Baumbach, K.K. Haase, K.R. Karsch. 21. Coronary atherectomy devices; J.J. Popma, Ya Chien Chuang, G.S. Mintz, L.T. Lewis, M.B. Leon. 22. Rotational atherectomy -- an overview; E.P. Mc Fadden, J.-M. Lablanche, C. Bauters, P. Quandalle, M.E. Bertrand. Part Six: `The Rivals'. 23. Coronary angioscopy -- an inner view; J.-M. Lablanche, M. Hamon, E.P. Mc Fadden, C. Bauters, M.E. Bertrand. 24. Intraluminal imaging with ultrasound; A.G. Violaris, C. Di Mario, P.W. Serruys, P.J. de Feyter, J.R.T.C. Roelandt. 25. Fluorescence spectroscopy for arterial imaging; J.R. Kramer, B.W. Lytle, M.S. Feld. 26. 3-dimensional reconstruction of intravascular ultrasound data; M.T. Rothman. Index.