Computed tomography is rapidly emerging as a non-invasive method to evaluate the coronary anatomy. Technical advances available in modern scanners now permit adequate image quality in most patients. Image acquisition and interpretation can be performed very rapidly, making this technology suitable for the evaluation of ambulatory patients.
MDCT technology has recently overcome many of its previous limitations and now can provide ECG-gated acquisition with short acquisition time, submillimeter spatial resolution, and adequate temporal resolution (100 to 220 msec), thus allowing excellent
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