Image Production and Visualization Systems: Angiography, US, CT, and MRI

  • Suzanne M. Slonim
  • Lewis Wexler

Abstract

The role of imaging in vascular disease and its treatment have expanded with the rapid advent of new technologies. Clinicians rely on imaging techniques for the identification of the location and morphologic features of disease. Imaging has become increasingly important in quantifying the degree of disease and following its progression. It is routinely used to monitor therapy and to evaluate results after medical, surgical, or percutaneous intervention.

Keywords

Renal Artery Magnetic Resonance Angiography Aortic Dissection False Lumen Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm 
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  • Suzanne M. Slonim
  • Lewis Wexler

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