By Guillem Pons-Llado, Francesco Carreras
• Richly illustrated with over 2 hundred illustrations • comprises an accompanying CD-ROM with cine-loops and a thesaurus of phrases • Very functional and basic advisor
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4 on CD). b. ^ F. 21. Short-axis view on SE T l w in a case of left ventricular non compaction: observe the densely trabeculated component of the free wall of the LV. F. 22. Examples from 4 different cases, all of them imaged with SE T1w sequences on vertical longitudinal views. Besides a normal subject (top left), different degrees of hypertrophy (arrows) are clearly depicted in patienmts with HCM, giving an accurate asessment of the extension of the disease in every case. 23 F. 23. Apical HCM: SE T1w sequences on axial (left panel) and short-axis (right) orientations, the latter obtained at the apical level of the LV (lines on the left panel).
These entities must be taken into account in patients with suspected dissection, as its presence also imphes a serious prognosis but, due to the lack of a ruptured intimal layer and two lumens into the aorta, may eventually lead to a false negative diagnosis of acute aortic waU disease. Intramural hematoma, or "dissection without rupture" occurs in up to 13% of the cases of dissection, as has been demonstrated in autopsy studies . In these cases, a thickening of the aortic wall of crescent shape or circumferential form has been observed which does not generally deform the circular shape of the aortic lumen.
Atlas of Practical Applications of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine) by Guillem Pons-Llado, Francesco Carreras