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Myocardium at risk and viable myocardium

Myocardium at risk and viable myocardium

evaluation by SPET

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coronary heart disease -- Diagnosis.,
  • Tomography, Emission.,
  • Myocardial infarction -- Pathophysiology.,
  • Myocardium.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jaume Candell-Riera, Joan Castell-Conesa, Santiago Aguande-Bruix.
    SeriesDevelopments in cardiovascular medicine -- v. 234
    ContributionsCandell-Riera, Jaume., Castell-Conesa, Joan., Aguadé-Bruix, Santiago.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC685.C6 M99 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 244 p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19142376M
    ISBN 100792367243
    LC Control Number00051441

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Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium: Evaluation by SPET (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ce: $ Another recent advancement has been the use of attenuation correction techniques to help remove the effects of the physical phenomena that degrades the visual and quantitative accuracy of SPECT images.

Another reason for the growth of the clinical use of nuclear cardiology is the large body of published evidence documenting the effectiveness of SPECT techniques for assessing myocardial ischemia, myocardium at risk, viable myocardium and stunned or hibernating myocardium.

Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium Evaluation by SPET. Editors: Candell-Riera, J., Castell-Conesa, Joan, Aguandé-Bruix, Santiago (Eds.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB59 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.

Another reason for the growth of the clinical use of nuclear cardiology is the large body of published evidence documenting the effectiveness of SPECT techniques for assessing myocardial ischemia, myocardium at risk, viable myocardium and stunned or hibernating : Springer Netherlands.

Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium by Jaume Candell-Riera,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. "Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium: Evaluation by SPET" is a book that will assist the clinical cardiologist and the nuclear medicine physician in the management of these patients.

It is divided into three major sections, each addressing the important topics that have led to the clinical success Myocardium at risk and viable myocardium book nuclear : Gebundenes Buch. The prognosis after myocardial infarction depends on clinical characteristics of the patient (age, diabetes), the extent of ischaemic myocardium, and the severity of left-ventricular damage.

1 Of these three variables, risk due to clinical characteristics is relatively fixed and that due to residual coronary stenoses (and thereby jeopardised tissue) is potentially amenable to intervention.

2 Cited by: Myocardial Infarction: A Companion to Braunwald’s Heart Disease, by David A. Morrow, MD, is a comprehensive, hands-on resource that provides practical guidance from a name you trust. Concise and easy to use, this text explores the most recent tools for diagnosis and therapeutic decision-making, as well as the full range of available.

Coronary artery disease accounts for a major cause of left ventricular systolic dysfunction. Left ventricular systolic dysfunction is reversible with revascularization in cases of hibernation and stunned myocardium.

Revascularization is dependent on not only the presence but also the extent of viability, and a viable myocardium is necessary for functional : Neelima Katukuri.

The comparison of ceCMR with other modalities for Myocardium at risk and viable myocardium book discrimination of viable and non‐viable myocardium has been favourable. Ansari et al 6 reported a strong correlation between segments defined as infarcted by ceCMR and defined as non‐viable by thallium rest redistribution single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) (Cited by: Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium: Evaluation by SPET (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine) (1st Edition) by Editor-Joan Castell-Conesa, Jaume Candell-Riera (Editor), Jaume Candell-Riera (Deptartment Of Cardiology H., Bruix Aguade, Santiago Aguandé-Bruix, Santiago Aguadé-Bruix, Santiago Aguadbe-Bruix, Santiago Aguande-Bruix Hardcover, Pages, Published Book Edition: 1st Edition.

Candell-Riera J., Santana-Boado C. () Myocardium in Jeopardy. In: Candell-Riera J., Castell-Conesa J., Aguadé-Bruix S. (eds) Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium. Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine, vol Author: Jaume Candell-Riera, Cesar Santana-Boado.

The detection of residual myocardial viability in a patient with regional or global severe left ventricular (LV) dysfunction is of clinical importance to plan the therapeutic strategy because revascularization of dysfunctional but viable myocardium may improve LV function.

1 Several imaging techniques have been shown to be successful in detecting myocardial viability; these include LV. Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium.

por. Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book ) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. An excellent method for assessment of hibernating myocardium is 18 F-FDG PET, for its higher sensitivity in detecting dysfunctional, but viable, myocardium.

Although a sensitivity of 93% was shown for this technique in a metanalysis, 35 other authors reported a lower specificity (58%).

57 - 59Cited by: 2. Myocardium at Risk and Viable Myocardium: Evaluation by SPET is a book that will assist the clinical cardiologist and the nuclear medicine physician in the management of these patients.

It is divided into three major sections, each addressing the important topics that have led to the clinical success of nuclear cardiology. At-risk but viable myocardium in a large animal model of non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome: cardiovascular magnetic resonance with ex vivo validation Henry Chang1, Tam Tran1, George E Billman1,2, Mark W Julian1, Robert L Hamlin3, Orlando P Simonetti1,4,5,Cited by: 3.

Patients with impaired left ventricular function but with viable myocardium are at increased risk of death and adverse cardiovascular outcome. The detection and recognition of viable myocardium is critical for risk stratification, guiding the selection of patients likely to benefit from revascularisation and predicting left ventricular : Melissa Leung, Dominic Y Leung.

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At-risk but viable myocardium in a large animal model of non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome: Cardiovascular magnetic resonance with ex vivo. In summary, multiple definitions have been used in the assessment of myocardial viability based on the method used to detect the presence of viable myocytes.

Whether in the setting of acute or chronic ischemia, dysfunctional myocardium may be viable and maintain the potential for functional by:   Importance of visualization the myocardium at risk in myocardial infarction. myocardium has the potential for salvaging viable myocytes.

If not. What are the 4 components of myocardial viability. How will you test for it. Posted in stress doubtamine echo, Viability assessment, tagged doubtamine stress spect demri thallium, Hibernating vs stunned myocardium, myocyte viability, pet scan, vegetative myocyte, viable vs non viable myocardium on J | Leave a Comment».

Revascularization of viable myocardium has been shown to improve significantly regional and global contractile function. 20 – 22 Improvement in regional contractile function is seen in approximately one third of dysfunctional segments, and an improvement in LV ejection fraction is seen in approximately 40% of patients.

21, At-risk but viable myocardium in a large animal model of non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome: cardiovascular magnetic resonance with ex vivo validation.

Henry Chang, 1 Tam Tran, 1 George E Billman, 1, 2 Mark W Julian, 1 Robert L Hamlin, 3 Orlando P Simonetti, 1, 4, 5 Giuseppe Ambrosio, 6 Peter B Baker. Patients with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTE-ACS) have varying degrees of salvageable myocardium at risk of irreversible injury.

We hypothesized that a novel model of NSTE-ACS produces acute myocardial injury, measured by increased T2 cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR), without significant necrosis by late gadolinium enhancement (LGE).Cited by: 3. Joey F.A. Ubachs, Peder Sörensson, Henrik Engblom, Marcus Carlsson, Stefan Jovinge, John Pernow, Håkan Arheden, Myocardium at risk by magnetic resonance imaging: head-to-head comparison of T2-weighted imaging and contrast-enhanced steady-state free precession, European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, Vol Is December Cited by: At-risk but viable myocardium in a large animal model of non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome: cardiovascular magnetic resonance with ex vivo validation.

Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease is still the most common cause of death among adults. Its prevalence is increasing in developing countries and despite all advances in both diagnostic tools and treatment modalities, it is still very common in the developed world.

Obesity, diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia and overuse of dietary salt play a pivotal role in increased cardiovascular. Start studying Acute Myocardial Infarction.

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This study allows us to follow the wavefront phenomenon of myocardial necrosis in humans. By offering a simple approach for estimating salvageable myocardium in humans, it offers new opportunities to study ‘cardioprotective medications’ which might favourably influence the relation of risk area to infarct size in by:   Cardiovascular diseases (CVD), such as myocardial infarction (MI), are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, causing 31% of all global deaths 1 and are associated with the steeply growing cost of health care.

MI is mainly caused by a blockage of the coronary blood supply to the myocardium and results in irreversible damage, including myocardial loss, ventricular. Myocardial Infarction. Parts 1 and 2.

STUDY. PLAY. circulatory distribution. dead myocardium begins to accumulate and changes are irreversible-earlier the treatment, the more myocardium is saved (margin between necrotic and viable mm)--> anemic infarction.

Preventing acute denervation of viable myocardium after MI did not significantly alter cardiac electrophysiology or Ca 2+ handling, suggesting that transient denervation at this early time point has minimal impact on arrhythmia risk. NEW & NOTEWORTHY Sympathetic denervation after myocardial infarction is a risk factor for arrhythmias.

We asked Cited by: 3. A total of of patients with viable myocardium (37%) and 58 of patients without viable myocardium (51%) died (hazard ratio for death among patients with viable myocardium, ; 95% Cited by: In cardiology, hibernating myocardium is a state when some segments of the myocardium exhibit abnormalities of contractile function.

These abnormalities can be visualised with echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR), nuclear medicine (PET) or rdiography: A wall motion abnormality at rest which improves during a low Conduction / arrhythmia: Bradycardia, Sinus.

Dysfunctional, but viable myocardium can still preserve a contractile reserve, which may be evoked by an appropriate stimulus.

In patients with jeopardized but viable myocardium, the LV ejection fraction (EF) will show improvement with low-dose dobutamine in direct proportion to the number of segments with contractile by:   Objectives.

This study was undertaken to test the hypothesis that the risk of perioperative cardiac events is not simply determined by the presence of myocardium at risk, but is directly related to the extent of myocardium at risk as reflected in thallium myocardial imaging. Background.

The risk of perioperative cardiac events in patients undergoing noncardiac surgery has Cited by: Diseases of the myocardium. There has been increasing recognition of a type of heart disease characterized as primary myocardial disease.

The cardiomyopathies are diseases involving the myocardium (heart muscle) are unique in that they are not the result of hypertensive, congenital, valvular, or pericardial diseases and are rarely the result of ischemic heart disease. times more likely to predict viable myocardium.

Conclusion: The presence of viable myocardial tissue in akinetic segments among patients of first anterior wall STEMI influences the time domain as well as frequency domain HRV measures.

HRV could be used as a potential screening tool to detect myocardial viability in patients of MI. Whereas regions of viable myocardium will demonstrate deformity of "tagged" magnetic lines during systole, myocardial scars will show no such deformity.

A more recent and technically less demanding MRI method to assess myocardial viability is the phenomenon of "delayed hyperenhancement.".Perfusion-contraction matching in viable chronically dysfunctional myocardium. Controversy exists regarding the mechanisms responsible for viable dysfunctional myocardium and whether resting flow is actually normal or depressed (, 21, 36).Cited by: Myocardial infarction (MI) refers to tissue death of the heart muscle caused by ischaemia, that is lack of oxygen delivery to myocardial is a type of acute coronary syndrome, which describes a sudden or short-term change in symptoms related to blood flow to the heart.

Unlike the other type of acute coronary syndrome, unstable angina, a myocardial infarction occurs when there is cell Causes: Usually coronary artery disease.