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Publication Type : Journal Article
Thematic Areas : Medical Sciences
Publisher : American Journal of Roentgenology
Source : American Journal of Roentgenology, Volume 194, Number 1, p.110-118 (2010)
Keywords : anatomical variation, aorta anomaly, aortopulmonary shunt, bronchial artery, cavopulmonary connection, Collateral Circulation, computed tomographic angiography, Computer-Assisted, contrast enhancement, Contrast Media, contrast medium, conventional angiography, diagnostic value, echocardiography, electrocardiography monitoring, Fontan procedure, Glenn shunt, Heart Septal Defects, heart ventricle septum defect, human, Humans, image analysis, Image Enhancement, imaging, iohexol, lung blood flow, magnetic resonance angiography, multidetector computed tomography, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging agent, patent ductus arteriosus, Postoperative Complications, postoperative period, priority journal, pulmonary artery, Pulmonary Atresia, pulmonary valve atresia, radiation dose, Radiographic Image Interpretation, review, sedation, sedative agent, Three-Dimensional, Tomography, vascular access, Ventricular, X-Ray Computed
Campus : Kochi
School : School of Medicine
Department : radiology
Year : 2010
Abstract : OBJECTIVE. The purposes of this article are to describe the technical factors in performing 64-MDCT of pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect (PA-VSD), to describe the anatomic variations in pulmonary arterial circulation and other associated anomalies, and to describe the postoperative evaluation of this condition. CONCLUSION. The management of this complex condition has been largely determined by the morphology of pulmonary arteries and the extracardiac sources of pulmonary blood supply. Although echocardiography and catheter angiography are the traditional imaging techniques used to diagnose PA-VSD, 64-MDCT has become a valuable noninvasive imaging technique in comprehensive evaluation of this condition. © American Roentgen Ray Society.
Cite this Research Publication : R. R, Moorthy, Sa, Sreekumar, K. Pa, Ramachandran, P. Va, Kumar, R. Kb, and Remadevi, K. Sb, “Role of 64-MDCT in evaluation of pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect”, American Journal of Roentgenology, vol. 194, pp. 110-118, 2010.