Atlas of Nuclear Medicine Artifacts and Variants by U. Yun Ryo, Abass Alavi, B. David Collier, Carlos Bekerman,

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J Am Coli CardioI31:892-913 Lincoff AM, Furst JG, Ellis SG et al. (1997) Sustained local delivery of dexamethasone by a novel intravascular eluting stent to prevent restenosis in the porcine coronary injury model. J Am Coli Cardiol 29:808-816 Mancini GBJ (1988) Clinical applications of cardiac digital angiography Raven, New York Meier B, Bachmann D, Liischer TF (2003) 25 years of coronary angioplasty: almost a fairy tale. Lancet 361:527 Michalis LK, Rees MR, Davis JAS, Pappa EC, Naka KKM, Rokkas S, Agrios N, Loukas S, Goudevenos J, Sideris DA (1999) Use of vibrational angioplasty for the treatment of chronic total coronary occlusions: preliminary results.

Exclusions for cardiac catheterisation in this setting include patients with acute coronary syndromes, severe congestive heart failure, pulmonary oedema due to acute ischaemia, a high likelihood of severe multi-vessel or left main stern disease based on non-invasive testing, severe left ventricular dysfunction associated with valvular disease and patients with vascular disease. Patients with these problems are at a higher risk of developing adverse complications (LASKY et al. 1993). With the introduction of digital radiology some had hoped that coronary imaging could be carried out by intravenous injection.

C. TUINENBURG, MSc; A. LANSKY, MD; B. GOEDHART, PHD Division of Image Processing (LKEB), Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center, PO Box 9600, 2300 RC Leiden, The Netherlands A complicating factor in the evaluation of severity and extent of the degree of coronary atherosclerosis is the occurrence of compensatory mechanisms, which is nowadays denoted by the term coronary artery remodeling. GLAGOV et al. (1987) were the first to describe how compensatory enlargement of the human atherosclerotie coronary arteries occurs during the early stages of plaque formation (GLAGOV et al.

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