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Diagnostische Darstellung des Herzens in den neunziger Jahren

  • H. Eichstädt
  • R. Felix
  • E. Zeitler
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Zusammenfassung

In der klinischen Radiologie hat in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten eine erhebliche Entwicklung stattgefunden. Wie die verschiedenen Kapitel in diesem Band zeigen, verfügen der Kliniker, der herzkranke Patienten versorgt, und die in der kardiovaskulären Forschung Tätigen über ein weites Spektrum von Methoden, mit denen viele Aspekte der kardialen Struktur und Funktion untersucht werden können. Um den Überblick über die verschiedenen derzeit verfügbaren bildgebenden Methoden, ihren Beitrag zur kardiovaskulären Forschung und die Zukunft der Bildgebung und -verarbeitung zu vereinfachen, müssen verschiedene wichtige Ziele der klinischen Radiologie des Herzens definiert werden.

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