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Angiokardiographie (Ventrikulographie)

  • J. Petersen
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 9 / 3)

Zusammenfassung

Die Bildverstärkerangiographie mit 35-mm-Kinofilm (30–100 Bilder/sec) in 1-oder 2-Ebenen-Technik ist heute allgemein üblich. Großformat-, Roll- oder Blattfilmwechsler mit 6–12 Bildern/sec liefern bessere Ventrikeldarstellungen, können jedoch durch die begrenzte Bildfrequenz den dynamischen Kontraktionsablauf nur mangelhaft wiedergeben. Der Nachteil einer schlechten Detaildarstellung des Einzelbildes im 35-mm-Kinofilm wird dadurch aufgewogen, daß im Bewegungsablauf weitere Einzelheiten erkennbar werden.

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