Quick Glance May-June 2019 – Hage & Bhambhvani


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Be sure to subscribe on your mobile device - search 'JNC/ASNC Podcast'. Fadi Hage and Pradeep Bhambhvani provide a ‘quick glance’ at some of the highlights from our forthcoming May-June 2019 issue. The articles discussed can be found at the following links: - S. S. Koenders & J. A. van Dalen et al. Impact of regadenoson-induced myocardial creep on dynamic Rubidium-82 PET myocardial blood flow quantification. http://bit.ly/2Pr3Bqc - Maria Sciammarella & Elias H. Botvinick et al. A combined static-dynamic single-dose imaging protocol to compare quantitative dynamic SPECT with static conventional SPECT. http://bit.ly/2ICHDQt - Wael AlJaroudi & Rami Doukky et al. The prognostic value of heart rate response during vasodilator stress myocardial perfusion imaging in patients with end-stage renal disease undergoing renal transplantation. http://bit.ly/2UQh8NU - Anastasiya Bagrova & David E. Winchester et al. Comparing two methods for determining appropriateness of myocardial perfusion imaging: Criteria from the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American College of Radiology. http://bit.ly/2PriVDb - Alberto Bestetti & Federico Lombardi et al. Additional value of systolic wall thickening in myocardial stunning evaluated by stress-rest gated perfusion SPECT. http://bit.ly/2VnsJ6y - Alessia Gimelli & Alessia Pepe et al. Evaluation of left ventricular mass on cadmium-zinc-telluride imaging: Validation against cardiac magnetic resonance. http://bit.ly/2VjJ5xd - Massimo Imbriaco & Alberto Cuocolo et al. Assessment of acute myocarditis by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: Comparison of qualitative and quantitative analysis methods. http://bit.ly/2ICXWNl - Jesse F. Veenis & Arend F. L. Schinkel et al. Prediction of long-term (> 10 year) cardiovascular outcomes in heart transplant recipients: Value of stress technetium-99m tetrofosmin myocardial perfusion imaging. http://bit.ly/2L8U7l8 - Kjersti Johnsrud & Mona-Elisabeth Revheim et al. 18F-FDG PET/CT for the quantification of inflammation in large carotid artery plaques. http://bit.ly/2ZvJTOL - Maryam Mahmood & M. Rizwan Sohail et al. Meta-analysis of 18F-FDG PET/CT in the diagnosis of infective endocarditis. http://bit.ly/2Zsqrm5

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