Glossary: methods for the measurement of coronary blood flow and myocardial perfusion
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In vivo validation of a thermodilution method to determine regional left ventricular blood flow in patients with coronary disease
Comparison of regional myocardial blood flow measurements with 133Xe and radioactive microspheres in dogs with coronary artery constrictions
Erroneous estimates of intrarenal blood flow distribution in the dog with radiolabelled microspheres
Validation of regional myocardial flow measurements with scintillation camera detection of xenon-133
MIC-II - a program for the determination of cardiac output, arterio-venous shunt and regional blood flow using the radioactive microsphere method
Regional myocardial perfusion assessed with N-13 labeled ammonia and positron emission computerized axial tomography
Myocardial perfusion imaging with 99m-Tc or 113m-In macroaggregated albumin: correlation of the perfusion image with clinical, angiographic, surgical, and histologic findings
The radioactive microsphere method for the assessment of regional myocardial blood flow after coronary artery occlusion. Inaccuracies due to variations in the diameter distribution of the spheres
Transcutaneous ultrasound measurement of blood-flow in internal mammary artery to coronary artery grafts
Measurement of volumetric coronary blood flow with a Doppler catheter: validation in an animal model
Quantification of myocardial blood flow and extracellular volumes using a bolus injection of Gd-DTPA: kinetic modeling in canine ischemic disease
Transfemoral catheterization of the coronary sinus by Doppler catheters for determination of coronary flow reserve
Simultaneous measurement of coronary flow reserve by left anterior descending coronary artery Doppler and great cardiac vein thermodilution methods
In vivo relation of intramyocardial blood volume to myocardial perfusion. Evidence supporting microvascular site for autoregulation
First-pass nuclear magnetic resonance imaging studies using gadolinium-DTPA in patients with coronary artery disease
Detection of coronary blood flow associated with left main coronary artery stenosis by transesophageal Doppler color flow echocardiography
Intravascular ultrasound imaging of human coronary arteries in vivo. Analysis of tissue characterizations with comparison to in vitro histological specimens
Quantitative coronary arteriographic methods in the interventional catheterization laboratory: an update and perspective
Comparison of rubidium-82 positron emission tomography and thallium-201 SPECT imaging for detection of coronary artery disease
Safety and efficacy of a new transpulmonary ultrasound contrast agent: initial multicenter clinical results
MIC-III--an integrated software package to support experiments using the radioactive microsphere technique
Noninvasive quantification of regional blood flow in the human heart using N-13 ammonia and dynamic positron emission tomographic imaging
Profound spatial heterogeneity of coronary reserve. Discordance between patterns of resting and maximal myocardial blood flow
Value of thallium-201 reinjection after delayed SPECT imaging for predicting reversible ischemia after coronary artery bypass grafting
Marked regional heterogeneity in blood flow within a single skeletal muscle at rest and during exercise hyperaemia in the rabbit
Heterogeneous blood flow distribution within single skeletal muscles in the rabbit: role of vasomotion, sympathetic nerve activity and effect of vasodilation
Transluminal, subselective measurement of coronary artery blood flow velocity and vasodilator reserve in man
Evaluation of nonradioactive, colored microspheres for measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in dogs
Use of ultrafast computed tomography to quantitate regional myocardial perfusion: a preliminary report
Intracoronary papaverine: an ideal coronary vasodilator for studies of the coronary circulation in conscious humans
Value and limitations of computer analysis of digital subtraction angiography in the assessment of coronary flow reserve
Coronary sinus blood flow determination by the thermodilution technique: influence of catheter position and respiration
Validity of the 133 xenon method for measuring coronary blood flow. Comparison with coronary sinus outflow determined by an electromagnetic flowprobe
Videodensitometric system for measurement of vessel blood flow, particularly in the coronary arteries, in man
A comparison of thermodilution coronary sinus blood flows and krypton myocardial blood flows in the intact dog
Regional distribution of diffusible tracers and carbonized microspheres in the left ventricle of isolated dog hearts
Total and regional myocardial blood flow measurements with 25 micron, 15 micron, 9 micron, and filtered 1-10 micron diameter microspheres and antipyrine in dogs and sheep
Determination of local blood flow (microflow) by electrochemically generated hydrogen. Construction and application of the measuring probe
Evaluation of Roentgen cinedensitometry for flow measurement in models and in the intact circulation
The circulation of the fetus in utero. Methods for studying distribution of blood flow, cardiac output and organ blood flow
Total and regional coronary blood flow measured by radioactive microspheres in conscious and anesthetized dogs
Measurement of umbilical arterial blood flow to the sheep placenta and fetus in utero. Distribution to cotyledons and the intercotyledonary chorion
Validation of quantitation of regional myocardial blood flow in vivo with 11C-labeled human albumin microspheres and positron emission tomography
Local continuity of myocardial blood flow studied by monochromatic synchrotron radiation-excited x-ray fluorescence spectrometry
Residual 201Tl activity in irreversible defects as a marker of myocardial viability. Clinicopathological study
Measurement of volumetric coronary blood flow by simultaneous intravascular two-dimensional and Doppler ultrasound: validation in an animal model
Noninvasive estimation of coronary flow reserve by transesophageal Doppler measurement of coronary sinus flow
Myocardial washout of sonicated iopamidol does not reflect the transmural distribution of coronary blood flow
Direct comparison of [13N]ammonia and [15O]water estimates of perfusion with quantification of regional myocardial blood flow by microspheres
In vivo observation of subendocardial microvessels of the beating porcine heart using a needle-probe videomicroscope with a CCD camera
MEASUREMENT OF MYOCARDIAL BLOOD FLOW IN ANIMALS AND MAN BY SELECTIVE INJECTION OF RADIOACTIVE INERT GAS INTO THE CORONARY ARTERIES
A comparison of coronary flow determined by the nitrous oxide method and by a direct method using the rotameter
THE NITROUS OXIDE METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN MAN: THEORY, PROCEDURE AND NORMAL VALUES
The measurement of coronary blood flow, oxygen consumption, and efficiency of the left ventricle in man
Bronchial artery perfusion during cardiopulmonary bypass does not prevent ischemia of the lung in piglets: assessment of bronchial artery blood flow with fluorescent microspheres
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