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An Instrument for the Photometering of the New X-Ray Lines by Duane W.

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Circulation 1999; 99:2798–2805 Schelbert HR. Are the irreversible perfusion defects on myocardial thallium scans really irreversible? Eur Heart J 1988; 9 Suppl F:23–28 2 Imaging for Viable and Ischemic Myocardium 47. Camici P, Ferrannini E, Opie LH. Myocardial metabolism in ischemic heart disease: basic principles and application to imaging by positron emission tomography. Prog Cardiovasc Dis 1989; 32:217–238 48. Tamaki N, Yonekura Y, Yamashita K, Saji H, Magata Y, Senda M et al. Positron emission tomography using fluorine-18 deoxyglucose in evaluation of coronary artery bypass grafting.

While a detailed discussion of these indications is beyond the purpose of this text, for patients with advanced 2 Imaging for Viable and Ischemic Myocardium 21 Fig. 7 Positron emission tomography (PET) scan showing resting perfusion and resting metabolic uptake of FDG in a patient with congestive heart failure. There is mildly reduced resting perfusion in the distribution of the LCx and second diagonal branch of the LAD ischemic heart disease and LV dysfunction, these guidelines emphasize the following: (i) Detection of ischemic myocardium: for symptomatic patients at risk for or with known CAD an MPI study is warranted, either by SPECT of by PET, if the patient can tolerate a form of stress and if cardiac catheterization is not the most appropriate initial test as for acute unstable coronary syndromes.

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