Cardiac Imaging Symposium
Created:   4/27/2010
Contains:  14 items
As noted by Editor Emeritus Jeff Klein, this two-part symposium, which spanned 2000-2001, was developed by Bill Stanford and heralded the importance of cardiac imaging as an important tool for thoracic radiologists. While the symposium was developed several years before MDCT emerged as an important noninvasive method of imaging the coronary arteries, the articles in this symposium, one of the first to review the use of CT and MR in the evaluation of cardiac disease, highlighted the anatomic and functional evaluation of heart disease that has become a mainstay of modern cardiac practice. For additional commentary regarding this historical symposium, please see JTI's blog.