CT Coronary Angiography: 256-Slice and 320-Detector Row Scanners

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Title: CT Coronary Angiography: 256-Slice and 320-Detector Row Scanners
Author: Hsiao, Edward M.; Rybicki, Frank; Steigner, Michael L.

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Citation: Hsiao, Edward M., Frank J. Rybicki, and Michael Steigner. 2010. “CT Coronary Angiography: 256-Slice and 320-Detector Row Scanners.” Current Cardiology Reports 12 (1) (January): 68–75. doi:10.1007/s11886-009-0075-z.
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Abstract: Multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) has rapidly evolved from 4-detector row systems in 1998 to 256-slice and 320-detector row CT systems. With smaller detector element size and faster gantry rotation speed, spatial and temporal resolution of the 64-detector MDCT scanners have made coronary artery imaging a reliable clinical test. Wide-area coverage MDCT, such as the 256-slice and 320-detector row MDCT scanners, has enabled volumetric imaging of the entire heart free of stair-step artifacts at a single time point within one cardiac cycle. It is hoped that these improvements will be realized with greater diagnostic accuracy of CT coronary angiography. Such scanners hold promise in performing a rapid high quality “triple rule-out” test without high contrast load, improved myocardial perfusion imaging, and even four-dimensional CT subtraction angiography. These emerging technical advances and novel applications will continue to change the way we study coronary artery disease beyond detecting luminal stenosis.
Published Version: doi:10.1007/s11886-009-0075-z
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