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Atherosclerotic Plaques: Advances in Imaging for Sequential Quantitative Evaluation (Nato Science Series: A:)
February 29, 1992
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert W. Wissler (Editor), M. Gene Bond (Editor), Michele Mercuri (Editor), Piero Tanganelli (Editor), Giorgio Weber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||326|
This research first carried out a review of the literature to appraise current clinical applications of CCTA, its prognostic power and future directions in terms of advances. The segment involvement score (SIS), also termed the total plaque score (TPS), is a semi-quantitative score that gives an indication of coronary disease burden, and is. Title:Recent Patents in Imaging of the Vulnerable Atherosclerotic Plaque: The Search for the Holy Grail VOLUME: 4 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):Alessandro Lupi, Andrea Rognoni, Maurizio Lazzero, Rossella Fattori, Mauro De Benedictis, Imad Sheiban, Gioel G. Secco and Angelo S. Bongo Affiliation:Cardiologia Ospedaliera, Ospedale Maggiore della Carita, Cso Mazz Author: Alessandro Lupi, Andrea Rognoni, Maurizio Lazzero, Rossella Fattori, Mauro De Benedictis, Imad Sheib.
1. Author(s): Wissler,Robert W(Robert William),; NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Progress, Problems, and Promises for an Effective Quantitative Evaluation of Atherosclerosis in Living and Autopsied Experimental Animals and Man,( Siena, Italy); North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis A Review, Aziz M and Yadav KS. Table 1: Stages of Atherosclerosis: Modified AHA consensus classification based on morphologic descriptions. Atherosclerosis is a continuous progressive development. Fatty streak develop at years and fibrous plaques at years (Figure 1, depicts the conversion of Fatty Streak to Fibrous Plaques Cited by: 3.
Atherosclerosis is a chronic immune-modulated pathological process affecting multiple vascular beds and leads to diseases that are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. 1 Typically, atherosclerosis has slow progression and a long asymptomatic phase. In the later stages, atherosclerosis may manifest as either exertional symptoms due to luminal narrowing Cited by: 1. Local hemodynamic conditions are thought to be closely associated with such a phenomenon. Shear stress has been widely accepted as an important factor in the development of atherosclerosis plaques. Recent advances in medical imaging and computational modeling techniques have enabled patients-specific hemodynamics to be visualized in : Chengcheng Zhu, Nigel B. Wood, Xiao Y. Xu, Jonathan H. Gillard.
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Atherosclerotic Plaques Advances in Imaging for Sequential Quantitative Evaluation. Editors (view affiliations) Robert W. Wissler; M. Gene Bond; By this we mean the expected future developments of highly reliable sequential quantitative measurements of atherosclerotic plaque size and components in living human subjects.
Some of the best. Atherosclerotic plaques: advances in imaging for sequential quantitative evaluation. [Robert W Wissler; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Problems, and Promises for Effective Quantitative Evaluation of Atherosclerosis in Living and Autopsied Experimental Animals and Man, held Junein Siena, Italy."--Title page verso.
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“This book reviews the advances in coronary imaging, succinctly describing the roles of old and new technology. The purpose is to assist physicians in the evaluation and management of patients with coronary artery disease. The book meets the objectives using an evidence-based approach.
The book is written for practitioners. Abstract. Animal models have been extensively used to understand atherogenesis and the complex biological mechanisms of atherosclerosis. Yet, their advanced plaque morphologies may have distinct features from human coronary lesions and strikingly, they often do not lead to acute cardiac events, at least in mice models.
Schar M, Kim WY, Stuber M, Boesiger P, Manning WJ, Botnar RM. The impact of spatial resolution and respiratory motion on MR imaging of atherosclerotic plaque. J Magn Reson Imaging. ;– PubMed CrossRef PubMedCentral Google ScholarCited by: 3. The imaging studies revealed that the signals of vulnerable and stable plagues induced by lowered shear stress and oscillatory shear stress, respectively, presented significantly different signal intensities, implying that the current probe and imaging strategy are potentially useful for a precise diagnosis of atherosclerosis by: Neuroimaging Clinics of North America.
Zahi A. Fayad, ed. August WB Saunders. ISSN – Subscription price, $ The diversity of medical disciplines represented by contributors to this book underscores the growing heterogeneity and hence complexity of the stroke field.
Of its Atherosclerotic plaques advances in imaging for sequential quantitative evaluation. NATO ASI series, series A: life sciences, vol. New York: Plenum Press, – 9. Atherosclerotic plaque was defined according to the consensus statement as a focal structure encroaching into the lumen of at least mm or 50% of the surrounding carotid intima-media thickness, or demonstrates a thickness of > mm as measured from the media–adventitia interface to the intima–lumen interface.
13 The presence of plaque and maximum plaque. Radiotracers for Imaging Atherosclerosis. As outlined earlier in this review, LDL accumulates within atherosclerotic plaques, where it plays a pathogenic role in the formation, progression, and destabilization of lesions.
LDL has been labeled with various radioisotopes, including I, 99m Tc, and In (35–40). The assessment of atherosclerotic plaque burden by non-invasive imaging techniques should allow for early detection of the disease and in vivo identification of high-risk plaques. 10,12,13 Several invasive and non-invasive imaging techniques are available with which atherosclerotic disease can be assessed.
13 The angiogram, using X-ray Cited by: Atherosclerotic Plaques: Advances in Imaging for Sequential Quantitative Evaluation. [Robert W Wissler; M Gene Bond; Michele Mercuri; Piero Tanganelli; Giorgio Weber; Gertrud Friedman] -- The philosophy of this NATO Advanced Research Workshop and the monograph it has yielded is that if you put a small number of very talented and creative scientists of different.
The optimized sequence is validated on patients with significant carotid plaque. Quantitative plaque morphology measurements and signal-to-noise ratio measures show that 3D-MERGE provides good.
Pathology of Carotid Atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis occurs near the branch ostia, bifurcations, and bends, suggesting that flow dynamics plays an important role in its induction. Atherosclerotic plaque tends to occur at regions where the flow velocity and shear stress are reduced. The flow properties of the carotid bifurcation contributes to the initiation of atherosclerotic plaque.
Atherosclerotic Plaque Characterization Methods Based on Coronary Imaging provides a complete review of computer methods for atherosclerotic plaque reconstruction and characterization. The authors, with their expertise from biomedical engineering, computer science, and cardiology, offer a holistic view.
1 Introduction. Atherosclerotic plaques are the most common cause of coronary artery diseases. Given that the distribution and morphology of components of these plaques define the severity of the lesion, analyzing atherosclerotic plaque composition is a helpful procedure in the diagnosis of such diseases.
Intravascular ultrasound imaging (IVUS) plays very important roles in clinical cardiology. This book describes the newest advances in vascular ultrasound imaging and the surrounding technologies for high frequency vascular ultrasound imaging.
Most important topics of the book are technical applications of IVUS (elasticity imaging, chromaflow) and the basic data 5/5(1). Characterization of Atherosclerotic Plaques by Laser Speckle Imaging. A method capable of determining atherosclerotic plaque composition and measuring plaque viscoelasticity can provide valuable.
Research towards the non-invasive imaging of atherosclerotic plaques is of high clinical priority as early recognition of vulnerable plaques may reduce the incidence of cardiovascular events. The fibroblast activation protein alpha (FAP) was recently proposed as inflammation-induced protease involved in the process of plaque vulnerability.
In this study, FAP mRNA and protein Cited by: 4. Three-dimensional (3D) evaluation of atherosclerotic plaques by Adipo-Clear and light-sheet microscopy.A, Optical sections of a brachiocephalic artery (BCA) in the 3 axes (x, y, and z) at the planes indicated by dotted lines on 3 different positions (1, 2, and 3) within the plaque Author: Tobias Becher, Dario F.
Riascos-Bernal, Daniel J. Kramer, Vanessa M. Almonte, Jingy Chi, Tao Tong, G.In this work, we present a novel, simple, and highly accurate three-dimensional (3D) diffusion reflection (DR) imaging system and method for the detection of accumulation sites of gold nanorods (GNRs) within the tissue.
GNRs are intensively used for diagnosis purposes of varied diseases, mainly because of their ability to well absorb visible light, which introduces them as Cited by: 1.Each right coronary artery was analyzed in sequential, 3-mm-long segments, and the minimum luminal area, plaque burden, and plaque volume within each segment were evaluated at baseline and at month follow-up.
Serial remodeling of the right coronary artery was also evaluated. In total, arterial segments were : Xiujian Liu, Guanghui Wu, Chuangye Xu, Yuna He, Lixia Shu, Yuyang Liu, Nan Zhang, Changyan Lin.