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Nuklearkardiologie

  • H. Eichstädt

Zusammenfassung

Seit nunmehr etwa 15 Jahren sind Verfahren zur Darstellung des Herzens unter Zuhilfenahme radioaktiver Isotope immer häufiger für die kardiologische Diagnostik eingesetzt worden und stellen heute an vielen Kliniken, aber auch zunehmend im niedergelassenen Bereich Routineverfahren dar. Je nach Anwendungsschwerpunkt in der Kardiologie oder in der Nuklearmedizin wird diese Isotopendiagnostik entweder als Nuklearkardiologie oder als kardiovasculäre Nuklearmedizin bezeichnet.

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