Study finds CMR, angiography similarly effective for detecting obstructive CAD

11/1/2013 | (free registration)

Researchers found a high degree of agreement between stress cardiac MR and 320-detector-row coronary CT angiography, and both demonstrated high sensitivity and specificity in detecting obstructive coronary artery disease in a largely intermediate risk population. CMR's main advantage is that it offers a comprehensive evaluation of cardiac anatomy, according to study results published in the International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging.

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