Joseph Schoepf, MD, professor and director of CT Research and Development, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, covers the strengths and weaknesses of using computed tomography scans to diagnose coronary artery stenosis.
References and Resources
Ropers, D. et al. Detection of Coronary Artery Stenoses With Thin-Slice Multi-Detector Row Spiral Computed Tomography and Multiplanar Reconstruction. American Heart Association. 2003;107:664-666
Schoepf, UJ, et al. CT of Coronary Artery Disease. Radiology 2004;232:18-37.
Herzog, C. et al. Significant Coronary Artery Stenosis: Comparison on Per-Patient and Per-Vessel or Per-Segment Basis at 64-Section CT Angiography. Radiology 2007;244:112-120.
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