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Progress in quantitative coronary arteriography

  • Johan H. C. Reiber
  • Patrick W. Serruys

Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 155)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Endothelial function

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. François Charbonneau, Ian T. Meredith, Todd J. Anderson, Marie Gerhard, Michael Dyce, Danielle Delagrange et al.
      Pages 19-30
  3. QCA: Digital and cine coronary arteriography

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 31-31
    2. Johan H. C. Reiber, Gerhard Koning, Craig D. Von Land, Pieter M. J. Van Der Zwet
      Pages 33-48
    3. Jürgen Haase, David Keane, Carlo Di Mario, Javier Escaned, Yukio Ozaki, Cornelis J. Slager et al.
      Pages 49-65
    4. Johan H. C. Reiber, Craig D. Von Land, Gerhard Koning, Pieter M. J. Van Der Zwet, Ronald C. M. Van Houdt, Martin J. Schalij et al.
      Pages 67-85
    5. Glenn J. Beauman, Johan H. C. Reiber, Gerhard Koning, Ronald C. M. Van Houdt, Robert A. Vogel
      Pages 87-104
    6. Jack T. Cusma, Thomas M. Bashore
      Pages 111-126
  4. Intracoronary pressure, coronary blood flow and flow reserve

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 127-127
    2. Felix Zijlstra, Petr Widimsky, Harry Suryapranata
      Pages 141-159
    3. Marc M. J. M. Van Der Linden, Jürgen Haase, Patrick W. Serruys
      Pages 161-171
    4. Martin J. Schalij, Mariken J. A. Geldof, Pieter M. J. Van Der Zwet, Enno T. Van Der Velde, Els M. Nagtegaal, Volkert Manger Cats et al.
      Pages 173-189
    5. Håkan Emanuelsson, Carl Lamm, Michal Dohnal
      Pages 191-206
    6. Nico H. J. Pijls, Bernard De Bruyne, Sherif El Biltagui, Mamdouh El Gamal, Hans J. R. M. Bonnier, Guy R. Heyndrickx et al.
      Pages 207-226
    7. Carlo Di Mario, Rob Krams, Robert Gil, Nicolas Meneveau, Patrick W. Serruys
      Pages 247-268
  5. QCA in progression/regression of atherosclerotic disease

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. Pim J. De Feyter, Carlo Di Mario, Cees J. Slager, Patrick W. Serruys, Jos R. T. C. Roelandt
      Pages 295-305
    3. Jacques Lespérance, Gilles Hudon, Pierre Théroux, David Waters
      Pages 307-324
  6. QCA in recanalization techniques

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 325-325
    2. Andreas Baumbach, Karl K. Haase, Karl R. Karsch
      Pages 327-338
    3. Jeffrey J. Popma, Ya Chien Chuang, Gary S. Mintz, Luella T. Lewis, Martin B. Leon
      Pages 339-351
    4. Eugène P. Mcfadden, Jean-Marc Lablanche, Christophe Bauters, Philippe Quandalle, Michel E. Bertrand
      Pages 353-366
  7. ‘The rivals’

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 367-367
    2. Jean-Marc Lablanche, Martial Hamon, Eugéne P. Mcfadden, Christophe Bauters, Michel E. Bertrand
      Pages 369-381
    3. Andonis G. Violaris, Carlo Di Mario, Patrick W. Serruys, Pim J. De Feyter, Jos R. T. C. Roelandt
      Pages 383-395
    4. John R. Kramer, Bruce W. Lytle, Michael S. Feld
      Pages 395-400
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 413-425

About this book

Introduction

This is the fifth volume in this series on quantitative coronary arteriography (QCA) published over the last nine years. Research and applications in this exciting, field are covered in a total of 26 chapters by world renowned experts. This book is subdivided into a total of 6 parts, each emphasizing the latest progress in these respective fields. In Part One a comprehensive overview is given of the current knowledge and research in endothelial function, which is of eminent importance for the further understanding of the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease in patients. Fortunately, the use of QCA tools is not limited anymore to leading research institutes; over the last several years these tools have been installed in many cardiology centers world wide. To understand the current possibili­ ties, limitations and future expectations of QCA, several relevant topics are presented in Part Two. First of all, the questions about why and how QCA systems should be validated both at the development site and at the appli­ cation sites, and whether data from different vendors and core laboratories can be pooled, are discussed. As the X-ray cardiovascular world steadily moves into the digital imaging era, differences and similarities between the conventional cinefilm and the modern digital approaches are presented. Cur­ rently. the widespread use of digital imaging is still hindered by the lack of proper archival and exchange media. Requirements and possible solutions for this problem are handled in this section as well.

Keywords

angiography atherosclerosis cardiovascular circulation coronary artery disease fluorescence ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • Johan H. C. Reiber
    • 1
  • Patrick W. Serruys
    • 2
  1. 1.Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Image Processing, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear MedicineUniversity Hospital LeidenThe Netherlands
  2. 2.Catheterization Laboratory, Thorax CenterErasmus UniversityRotterdamThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-1172-0
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-4511-7
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-1172-0
  • Series Print ISSN 0166-9842
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