CT of the heart: Principles, advances, clinical uses

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ABSTRACTComputed tomography (CT) has become a standard test for many cardiovascular conditions (eg, aortic dissection and pulmonary embolism), and it has great potential in assessing other common diseases, including coronary artery disease. We review the principles of CT and its uses in cardiovascular medicine.


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