By Peter G. Danias
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) has turn into a vital a part of noninvasive diagnostic cardiac imaging. a realistic advisor for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging presents a complete and reader-friendly academic software for physicians commencing to paintings with CMR and cardiology and radiology trainees getting ready for the Board certification exam. attractive to trainees, this article conveys educating issues with a number of selection questions which are supported through concise reviews, supplying an entire clarification of the right kind solution and pertinent up to date bibliography. instances tackle a vast spectrum of scientific difficulties, together with ischemic, valvular, myopathic, pericardial, aortic and congenital center diseases.
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The exposure to ionizing radiation with CMR is more than with a single chest X-ray, but considerably less than that of a chest computed tomography (CT) scan B. The exposure to ionizing radiation with CMR is more than with a Tc-99 m myocardial perfusion single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) study, but considerably less than that of a TL-201 planar study C. Because of high spatial and temporal resolution, CMR is better than echocardiography for evaluation of small and highly mobile structures D.
5 ml E. There is no flow—the shunt is occluded 3 Valvular Heart Disease 47 Correct answer is B. The Blalock–Taussig shunt is a surgically created connection between the subclavian artery and pulmonary artery . The net blood flow to the aortic root equals to the net pulmonic flow plus the shunt flow. , 50 − 35 = 15 ml. 7. 9. With phase encoding CMR, which of the following statements is not correct? A. Aortic stenosis can be quantitatively assessed B. The difference between systolic and diastolic coronary artery flow is a reliable measure of atherosclerosis C.
A. There is mid-systolic reversal of blood flow B. There is significant flow deceleration during systole caused by subvalvular stenosis C. There is pulmonic valve leaflet prolapse D. There is no significant pulmonic insufficiency E. There is artifact in the study that does not allow any conclusions to be drawn regarding the pulmonic valve function 42 Cardiovascular MRI: 150 Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers Correct answer is D. The flow analysis demonstrates an apparent flow reversal in the main pulmonary artery (Fig.
Cardiovascular MRI: 150 Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers by Peter G. Danias