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Dobutamine stress MR

  • Eike Nagel

Abstract

In recent years, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has become the accepted reference standard for the assessment of global left ventricular volumes and mass, as MR methods are both accurate and highly reproducible [6]. With the advance of high-resolution breath hold techniques for the visualization of myocardial motion, this application has gained widespread acceptance for the assessment of left ventricular function and regional wall motion. At rest, these techniques can be used to detect, localize, and quantitate myocardial infarction. Low dose dobutamine stress can be used to detect hibernating myocardium and high dose dobutamine stress can be used to identify ischemic myocardium. This chapter will deal with low and high dose dobutamine stress. An alternative technique (delayed enhancement) to assess myocardial infarction and hibernating myocardium is found in Chapter 20.

Keywords

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Wall Motion Abnormality Left Ventricular Segment Baseline Systolic Blood Pressure Breath Hold Technique 
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