Magnetresonanztomographie bei koronarer Herzerkrankung

  • P. Theissen
  • F. M. Baer
  • K. Smolarz
  • U. Sechtem
  • M. Jungehülsing
  • H. H. Hilger
  • H. Schicha
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Zusammenfassung

Bei der Diagnostik von morphologischen Veränderungen des kardiovaskulären Systems, insbesondere bei angeborenen Vitien, kardialen Raumforderungen und aor-talen Erkrankungen, hat die Magnetresonanztomographie einen wichtigen Platz unter den nichtinvasiven Verfahren eingenommen. Die Möglichkeiten der Magnetresonanztomographie (MRT) bei der Diagnostik der koronaren Herzkrankheit erscheinen jedoch noch begrenzt. Da die MRT teuer und nicht, wie z.B. die Echokardiographie, am Krankenbett einsetzbar und noch nicht verbreitet ist, bleibt dieses nichtinvasive Verfahren bisher auf diagnostische Problemfälle beschränkt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Theissen
  • F. M. Baer
  • K. Smolarz
  • U. Sechtem
  • M. Jungehülsing
  • H. H. Hilger
  • H. Schicha

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