Intrakoronare Angioskopie, Doppleruntersuchung und intravaskuläre Ultraschalluntersuchung der Koronargefäße

  • F. M. Baer

Zusammenfassung

Einhergehend mit der zunehmenden Komplexität interventioneller Therapieverfahren und der Notwendigkeit, neben der reinen Lumendarstellung in der konventionellen Koronarangiographie auch Informationen über die Mikroanatomie der Gefäße, die funktionelle Bedeutung von Gefäßstenosen und die Zusammensetzung von Gefäßablagerungen als differentialtherapeutische Entscheidungshilfe zu bekommen, hat sich die invasive Koronardiagnostik in den letzten Jahren kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt: Zusätzlich zur konventionellen Koronarangiographie stehen die Koronarangioskopie, der intravaskuläre Doppler und die vielfach schon routinemäßig eingesetzte intravaskuläre Ultraschallbildgebung zur Verfügung. Im folgenden wird ein Überblick über diese Verfahren und ihre Indikationen gegeben.

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