From the reviews: “The authors investigate the role of CT as an adjunct to other investigations of cardiac ischaemia and also its role as a screening tool. … There are also multiple case histories and advice on how to read and report examinations. … this textbook is well written, well laid out and immensely practical for anyone at beginner or advanced level interest in coronary CT. It represents a helpful bench book that should be on the shelf of any department carrying out cardiac CT.” (John Reid, RAD Magazine, January, 2010)
About the Author
Dr. Marc Dewey has published more than 30 papers on noninvasive cardiac imaging over the last three years. Among them is a landmark paper published in the Annals of Internal Medicine in 2006 showing that CT coronary angiography is more accurate than magnetic resonance imaging. Dr. Dewey’s team is well known for the cardiac imaging workshops held at the Charité and he is a renowned speaker on cardiac imaging. Experts for the scanners of all four vendors such as Dr. Martin Hoffmann will contribute to the corresponding chapters.