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Representation of Stents, Bypasses and Arteries and Blood Vessels

Using Cardio-CT even Bypas-Grafts can be imaged. Prior to thoracic surgery or heart-catheterisation patency of grafts is an important issue. 

Cardio-CT: Auch Bypassgefässe können gut dargestellt werden.

Cardio-CT: even bypass grafts or stents can be imaged

It is not only plaques and narrow constrictions that can be represented by CT angiography. Modern CT scanners can also depict stents and even allow insights into the stent itself. A total occlusion (closure) can be represented with a high degree of certainty, whereby, a stenosis (a narrowing) must often be assessed. 
 
But not every stent can be assessed by means of a CT image, if calcification is present, the CT-A has reached its limits. Adequate depictions of stents can only be achieved with modern devices which are capable of recording the image quickly enough so that residual motion does not play a role. For the planning of operations (e.g., bypass surgery) the CT-A often provides valuable information; especially if bypasses are already present (Re-OP). Opening and location of the bypass are here important information for the cardiac surgeon.
 
 
 

 

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