Globale und regionale Kontraktionsstörungen des Herzens bei koronarer Herzkrankheit

  • J. Cyran
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 9 / 4)

Zusammenfassung

Zur quantitativen und qualitiven Beurteilung der Funktion des linken Ventrikels stehen verschiedene Untersuchungsverfahren zur Verfügung. An nicht invasiven Verfahren sind dies die zweidimensionale Echokardiographie sowie die Binnenraumszintigraphie. Zusätzlich eignen sich zur Beurteilung der regionalen Wandbewegung die Videodensidometrie und die Kymographie. Als invasives Untersuchungsverfahren, welches innerhalb der präoperativen Diagnostik der koronaren Herzkrankheit noch unverzichtbar erscheint, steht die biplane oder monoplane Cine-Angiokardiographie an erster Stelle. Koronarangiographie und Ventrikelangiographie sind noch immer die Techniken mit der größten Sensitivität zum Nachweis einer Koronarsklerose und einer dadurch bedingten Kontraktionsstörung der Ventrikelwand (Bailey et al. 1977; Bohrer et al. 1977; Jengo et al. 1979).

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