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Figure 1 (a) Calcium scoring Adenosine infusionStress scanSublingual NTG (Optional) Rest scan (CTA) Scan range4 to 5 minutes (until the end of stress scan) Retrospective ECG- gating 2 minutes before Rest scan Retrospective ECG-gating 10 to 20 minutes interval Option 1.Static perfusion 2.Dynamic perfusion Option 1.Retrospective mode 2.Prospective mode 3.High-pitch mode
Figure 1 (b) Calcium scoringRest scan (CTA) Adenosine infusionStress scan Define scan rangeRetrospective ECG-gating4 to 5 minutes (until the end of stress scan) Retrospective ECG-gating 10 to 20 minutes interval Option 1.Static perfusion 2.Dynamic perfusion Option 1.Retrospective mode 2.Prospective mode 3.High-pitch mode
Figure Scan time (s) Enhancement (HU) – Artery Time Attenuation Curve (TAC) – Myocardium DynamicSnapshot or helical Dynamic Snapshot or helical
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Figure 5 Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4Step 5 Rest scan interpretation Image processingQuality assessImage interpretation Correlation with rest scan Coronary artery stenosis and plaque analysis Best phases of motionless myocardium Epi-and endocardial contour (for dynamic study) Motion artifact Beam hardening Cone-beam Stair-step Image noise Transmurality (≥50% or <50%) Reversibility Myocardial thinning Simultaneous vision of both stress and rest scans Match perfusion defect and coronary artery lesion
Figure 7 Stress Perfusion Continuous adenosine infusion 140ug/kg/min 4-5min Start adenosine Contrast bolus injection mmol/kg Rest Perfusion Viability min interval Contrast bolus injection mmol/kg 5 min interval Stop adenosine surveyCine, etc 30min
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Figure 9 Measurement of Relative Upslope for Myocardial Perfusion Reserve Index (MPRI)
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Figure 14- QR-1 MR perfusion study, coronary CT angiography is inconclusive study
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