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By J. Regn, J. Ezrielev, R. Hupke, W. A. Kalender, K. Maatsch (auth.), Professor Dr. H. Pokieser, Professor Dr. G. Lechner (eds.)

In approximately all components of expertise our new release is experiencing the phenomena of fast moving innovation and nice bursts in improvement. in addition to the thoroughly new ideas, the "experienced person" is astonished whilst evidently reliable and appar­ ently matured know-how resembling the following to final new release of CT gear undergoes additional improvement, equivalent to is the case with the spiral CT procedure. the large power of spiral CT all of sudden grew to become obvious, stimulating and giving upward push to quite a lot of examine on its medical program. over again we will see within the box of imaging how nice advances in a single procedure competitively have an effect on the variety of software in one other. as a result this can be very invaluable and essential to appraise the present scenario now. either physicians - who use the apparatus - and the health and wellbeing process and with this the sufferer - which funds it - have the duty and the correct to everlasting optimization of the appliance techniques of diagnostic systems. no longer least, this symposium additionally intended to slot the hot voice of spiral CT harmo­ niously into the symphonic ranking of diagnostic techniques. the massive radiodiagno­ stic division ofthe college clinics which has been validated on the Neues All­ gemeines Krankenhaus in Vienna, Austria, is proud to have together prepared this person symposium with Siemens.

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SA, Marks MA, Rubin GD, et al. (1992): CT angiography with spiral CT and maximum intensity projection. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: Evaluation by CT Angiography R. BRAUNSCHWEIG, P. E. HUPPERT, S. DUDA, H. SEBOLDT, C. D. CLAUSSEN Introduction For the evaluation of thoracical and abdominal aortic aneurysms digital subtraction angiography (DSA) and conventional computed tomography (CT) have been developed to standardized methods. On one hand the DSA shows the flow phenomenas in the aorta and the connective vessels, particularly iliacal and femoral arteries and the size of the aneurysms itself.

Whether a dissection is demonstrated or not, it is worthwhile to obtain a few images through the distal thoracic, proximal and mid abdominal aorta, particularly to assess the kidneys - even though this rarely influences management. Some claim that it is worth assessing the heart too, as a few patients referred with possible aortic dissection prove to have a myocardial infarction which can be shown by enhanced CT. The Somatom Plus for Aortic Dissection: A 4-Year Review a 43 b Fig. 2 a, b. A middle-aged female patient with a type A dissection.

As a 3-D display shaded surface rendering is available. In connection with a predetermined threshold pictures result in clear imagination of vessel morphology. This calls the attention to the anatomical structures beside the aneurysms. Last but not least, volume scanning by spiral CT with axial reconstructions gives all useful information by a cross-section examination method. Surrounding soft tissue and other intraabdominal organs are well" described. 32 R. Braunschweig et al. Conclusion CT angiography by spiral CT is a non-invasive-method for rapid examination intraabdominal vessels, particularly the aorta.

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