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کتاب Clinical Cardiac MRI 2th edition با گرایش  Diagnostic Imaging نوشته ی  Albert L. Baert و همکارنش یکی از بهترین کتابهای تخصصی MRI و تشخیص در مورد قلب و عروق است. کتابی ارزشمند با ۷۰۸ صفحه که در تشخیص ناراحتیها و ضایعات قلبی بوسیله ی MRI با شکلها و توضیحات کامل بسیار کمک کننده است. گروه تکست بوک این کتاب ارزشمند را بصورت PDF در آورده تا راحت تر قابل استفاده دانشجویان و پزشکان باشد.
clinical cardiac MRI

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لینک کوتاه : http://txtbook.ir/?p=1018
حجم فایل : 42 مگابایت
تعداد صفحات : 708
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
سال انتشار : 2012
ناشر : springer
نویسنده : Albert L. Baert
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نوع فایل : pdf
قیمت در آمازون : 123 دلار

Preface
By the time a book preface is written, usually most of the work has been
accomplished, chapter proofs have been forwarded for correction to the
authors, while the book index is still waiting to be finished. It is also the
moment the editors get a first glimpse whether the book will match their
expectations. About 7 years after the first edition, and almost two years after we
agreed with Springer to edit a second edition of our textbook on ‘Clinical
Cardiac MRI’, we are pleased to present you with a new, completely updated
textbook. The decision to write a second version was largely driven by the huge
success of the first edition, with almost exclusively positive comments not only
by reviewers but by the many readers of our book throughout the world,
readers that appreciated our book for being a highly useful guide for daily use,
for the high-quality of the images and the addition of a CD ROM with 50 reallife cases. Their enthusiasm has been the strongest drive to edit a new version,
while their comments have been most helpful to prepare an improved second
edition.
For the new edition, we welcome Dr. Vivek Muthurangu, from Great
Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London as the fourth member of the
editorial board. Dr. Muthurangu has great expertise in the field of cardiac MR
physics, pulmonary hypertension and cardiac modeling.
At the end of 2004, when the first edition of ‘Clinical Cardiac MRI’ was
released, cardiac MRI had been through five truly exciting years that had
caused a paradigm shift in cardiovascular imaging. Balanced steady-state free
precession bright imaging had rapidly become the reference technique to assess
cardiac function, and moreover yielded promise for other applications such as
coronary artery imaging. Non-invasive comprehensive cardiac tissue characterization was no longer a far off dream. For instance, T2-weighted imaging
offered the possibility of in-vivo imaging of reversible myocardial injury, while
the nature of the underlying disease could often be deduced by the pattern of
myocardial enhancement using (inversion-recovery) contrast-enhanced imaging, thus obviating the need for other, more invasive procedures. Besides its
diagnostic role, cardiac MRI was beginning to show promise as a prognostic
tool that could provide predictive information about future cardiac events.
Ever since MRI was proposed to have a role in the assessment of cardiovascular disease, cardiac MRI has experienced some resistance from the
broader cardiology community with regard to its clinical value and the daily use
of this ‘exotic’ technique. Fortunately, things have moved in the right direction.
Cardiac MRI has now become the technique of choice when it comes to the
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depiction of therapeutic effects (e.g. regenerative cell therapy), and for an
increasing number of clinical indications a cardiac MRI study is becoming a
crucial investigation that guides patients care. This is due in great extent to an
increased visibility and awareness of cardiac MRI at congress meetings and in
scientific journals, and the integration of this technique into appropriateness
criteria and guidelines. Also the availability of dedicated textbooks has helped
toward a broader recognition of cardiac MRI.
For this edition, a new chapter on cardiac modeling has been added; the
chapter on heart failure, pulmonary hypertension and heart transplantation has
been split in two separate chapters, yielding a total of twenty chapters. Some of
the chapters have been extensively rewritten and also extended, aiming to
appropriately highlight the rapidly evolving role of cardiac MRI. In particular,
this was the case for ischemic heart disease and heart muscle diseases. For other
chapters, such as the chapter on congenital heart disease, the emphasis is now
on daily clinical applications to investigate simple and more complex cardiac
malformations. Throughout the textbook, practical schemes are provided
indicating how to apply cardiac MRI for a wide variety of cardiac diseases. And
last, but by no mean least, a series on 100 new clinical cases is available as
online material. These cases cover a wide spectrum of cardiac diseases,
including some less frequent cardiac abnormalities, which have been selected to
underscore the added value of cardiac MRI. The online material has the
advantage of bringing the dynamic features of cardiac MRI (e.g., functional or
stress imaging).
We sincerely hope that readers will receive this edition with the same
enthusiasm as our first effort.



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