As the editor points out in the preface to myocardial viability a clinical and scientific treatise myocardial viability is a major investigative area in contemporary cardiologyimpressive strides have been made in understanding the basic pathophysiological processes of myocardial dysfunction in chronic ischemic heart disease as well as in the clinical approach to this problem. The aim of this book is to summarize important physiologic concepts pertaining to myocardial viability and to relate them to the full spectrum of current imaging techniques the intended audience is diverse and could include both clinical and academic radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians . The aim of this book is to bridge the gap between basic cellular physiology and clinical decision making as it relates to myocardial viability this is an important objective because it frequently seems that the basic and clinical sciences are 2 completely separate worlds. Myocardial viability can be defined by the presence of sarcolemmal integrity mitochondrial and other organelle integrity preserved perfusion metabolism or contractile reserve a functional definition might be the potential for improved myocardial contractility in an asynergic region after revascularization. Myocardial viability a clinical and scientific treatise vasken dilsizian home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library a clinical and scientific treatise a schemabook
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