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CMR and MDCT in Cardiac Masses: From Acquisition Protocols by Alexis Jacquier (auth.)

By Alexis Jacquier (auth.)

This e-book, certain in focusing particularly on cardiac lots, is the results of cooperation between a couple of groups of radiologists operating lower than the aegis of the French Society of Cardiovascular Imaging (SFICV). Its aim is to one) assessment different CMR sequences and CT acquisition protocols used to discover cardiac lots, 2) to illustrate the different CMR and MDCT gains of cardiac plenty. it's been designed as a instructing instrument and gives an absolutely illustrated compendium of scientific circumstances, tables summarizing information, and decision-making bushes crucial in daily perform. it's provided as a pragmatic guide and will be both learn disguise to hide or consulted at any time when wanted in the course of a cardiac imaging project. The e-book is meant for all scholars and skilled practitioners, even if radiologists or now not, who're attracted to cardiac or thoracic pathology.

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A cardiac MDCT was scheduled as part of the preoperative workup.  9 Cardiac MDCT with reconstruction performed after injection of contrast medium, in the four-chamber view (a), two-chamber view (b) and short axis view (c).  9 (continued) 51 b c Diagnosis The path lab findings confirmed the diagnosis as papillary fibroelastoma. It was difficult to determine exactly where this mass was implanted because the pedicle was thin and in close contact with the valve endothelium and the surface of the heart chamber.

In the latter case the lesion can be located at a distance from the end of the catheter. It can be very tricky to diagnose catheter-induced thrombi because these patients often have a potentially metastatic disorder. Anticoagulant treatment is sometimes required to confirm the diagnosis [44]. 7 Thrombus and Uptake of Contrast Medium Pierre Cassagneaux, Guillaume Louis, Arthur Varoquaux, Vincent Vidal, Jean Michel Bartoli, Guy Moulin, Jean-Yves Gaubert, and Alexis Jacquier Case Report A male, age 65 years, was admitted to hospital for the management of heart failure secondary to chronic alcohol intoxication.

2 Atypically Located Myxoma Background Myxomas are benign and they are the primary heart tumors that most frequently affect adults with a slight predominance in females [47]. The mean age at diagnosis is 50, and 90% of patients are aged 30–60 years. They develop on the endocardium and usually arise from the fossa ovalis region. Three quarters of these tumors are located in the left atrium, 15–20% in the right atrium (with no particular preference for the fossa ovalis implantation) and 5% in the left or right ventricles.

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