ESCR 2016 / P-0024
Certificate of Merit
Quantitative myocardial perfusion measured before and after invasive treatment using advanced CT-technology
Congress: ESCR 2016
Poster No.: P-0024
Type: Scientific Poster
Keywords: Cardiac, CT-Quantitative, Diagnostic procedure, Ischaemia / Infarction
Authors: T. Rienmüller1, C. Baumgartner1, V. Makarenko2, V. Bereznitskiy2, I. Rychina2, P. Ourednicek3, R. Rienmüller1; 1Graz/AT, 2Moscow/RU, 3Brno/CZ

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Rienmüller T., M. Handler, P. Ourednicek, V. Makarenko, L. Bockeria, I. M. Krestinich, S. T. Zhorzholiani, and R. Rienmüller. Contrast agent concentration of 180-210 mgI/ml allows for quantitative estimation of myocardial perfusion in dogs. In EPOS at ECR 2013, 2013.

 

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