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The 20 year evolution of dobutamine stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance.

Charoenpanichkit C, Hundley WG - J Cardiovasc Magn Reson (2010)

Bottom Line: Over the past 20 years, investigators world-wide have developed and utilized dobutamine magnetic resonance stress testing procedures for the purpose of identifying ischemia, viability, and cardiac prognosis.This article traces these developments and reviews the data utilized to substantiate this relatively new noninvasive imaging procedure.

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Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine Section on Cardiology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.

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Over the past 20 years, investigators world-wide have developed and utilized dobutamine magnetic resonance stress testing procedures for the purpose of identifying ischemia, viability, and cardiac prognosis. This article traces these developments and reviews the data utilized to substantiate this relatively new noninvasive imaging procedure.

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(Panel B): Myocardial segmentation during dobutamine stress CMR. Panel B: White lines demarcate the apical (AP), middle (Mid), and basal (Bs) segments of the anteroseptal (AS), anterior (Ant), lateral (Lat), posterior (Post), and inferior (Inf) walls.
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Figure 3: (Panel B): Myocardial segmentation during dobutamine stress CMR. Panel B: White lines demarcate the apical (AP), middle (Mid), and basal (Bs) segments of the anteroseptal (AS), anterior (Ant), lateral (Lat), posterior (Post), and inferior (Inf) walls.

Mentions: At baseline in dobutamine stress CMR, cine white blood images are obtained in three apical views: 2, 3, and 4-chamber views (Figures 2 and 3), and in at least three short-axis planes (the base, middle portion and apex). In situations where LV volumes are to be acquired, it is recommended to also acquire short-axis slices (spanning from the LV base to the apex) in order to calculate LV volumes using a Simpson's rule technique [23].


The 20 year evolution of dobutamine stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance.

Charoenpanichkit C, Hundley WG - J Cardiovasc Magn Reson (2010)

(Panel B): Myocardial segmentation during dobutamine stress CMR. Panel B: White lines demarcate the apical (AP), middle (Mid), and basal (Bs) segments of the anteroseptal (AS), anterior (Ant), lateral (Lat), posterior (Post), and inferior (Inf) walls.
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Figure 3: (Panel B): Myocardial segmentation during dobutamine stress CMR. Panel B: White lines demarcate the apical (AP), middle (Mid), and basal (Bs) segments of the anteroseptal (AS), anterior (Ant), lateral (Lat), posterior (Post), and inferior (Inf) walls.
Mentions: At baseline in dobutamine stress CMR, cine white blood images are obtained in three apical views: 2, 3, and 4-chamber views (Figures 2 and 3), and in at least three short-axis planes (the base, middle portion and apex). In situations where LV volumes are to be acquired, it is recommended to also acquire short-axis slices (spanning from the LV base to the apex) in order to calculate LV volumes using a Simpson's rule technique [23].

Bottom Line: Over the past 20 years, investigators world-wide have developed and utilized dobutamine magnetic resonance stress testing procedures for the purpose of identifying ischemia, viability, and cardiac prognosis.This article traces these developments and reviews the data utilized to substantiate this relatively new noninvasive imaging procedure.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine Section on Cardiology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.

ABSTRACT
Over the past 20 years, investigators world-wide have developed and utilized dobutamine magnetic resonance stress testing procedures for the purpose of identifying ischemia, viability, and cardiac prognosis. This article traces these developments and reviews the data utilized to substantiate this relatively new noninvasive imaging procedure.

Show MeSH
Related in: MedlinePlus