Syndromes of Atherosclerosis / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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The work reveals critical understandings about the natural history of plaque, the correlation of vascular lesions and clinical syndromes, and the utility of new imaging methods. Diagnostic imaging atherosclerotic prevention and treatment will be shaped by these new modalities. Continuous scrutiny by the Committee on Vascular Lesions is culminating in scientific meetings every few years and is summarised in published statements. The present statement - The Vulnerable Atherosclerotic Plaque: Understanding, Identification & Modification - is the second of these documents to focus on atherosclerosis pathogenesis and pathological clinical implications.
As a multi-disciplinary resource, this book edited by Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, chairman of the committee, consists of twenty four chapters written by experts in mechanical and engineering, pathology, neurology, imaging, clinical and vascular biology, physics, radiology and surgery. This invaluable reference tool identifies problems, perspectives and critical new questions for evaluation and dissemination.
Table of Contents
1. Coronary Artery Disease: A Clinical-Pathological Correlation.
2. Coronary Atherosclerotic Disease: Pathological Background.
C.J. Schwartz, A.B. Chandler.
3. Clinical Correlation of Atherosclerosis: Aortic Disease.
C.K. Zarins, C. Xu, S. Glagov.
4. Compositions of Atherosclerotic Lesions in Human Coronary Arteries and a Histologic Classification of Atherosclerosis.
5. Early Evolution of Coronary Artery Lesions in Young People: From Fatty Streak to Fibrous Plaque - Implications for Imaging.
R.W. Wissler, L. Hiltscher, M. Wahden.
6. Advanced Lesions and Acute Coronary Syndromes: A Pathologist's View.
7. Angiographic Correlations of Advanced Coronary Lesions in Acute Coronary Syndromes.
8. Coronary Angiography in the Acute Coronary Syndromes.
M.S. Gotsman et al.
Panel Discussion I. Overview of Pathology: Clinical Considerations of Atherosclerosis with Emphasis on Coronary Artery Disease.
9. Cerebrovascular Disease: A Pathologist's View.
S. Glagov, H.S. Bassiouny, N. Masawa, Y. Sakaguchi, D.P. Giddens, C.K. Zarins.
10. Morphology of Atherosclerotic Plaque at the Carotid Artery Bifurcation: Mechanism of Thromobembolic Cerebrovascular Disease.
11. Imaging Carotid Artery Lesions: A Surgeon's View.
12. The Natural History of Atherosclerosis in the Aorta in the First Forty Years of Life.
H.C. Stary, J.D. Stoll, J. Yin, K.B. Fallon, Z. Yu.
13. A Clinician's View of Aortic Atherosclerosis.
S.M. Santilli, J. Goldstone.
14. Peripheral Vascular Disease: A Clinician's View.
W. Insull Jr.
Panel Discussion II. Pathology: Clinical Correlation of Carotid, Aortic, and Peripheral Vascular Disease.
15. Imaging Techniques in Carotid and Peripheral Vascular Disease.
R.E. Dinsmore, S.M. Rivitz.
16. Detection and Quantification of Atherosclerosis: The Emerging Role for Intravascular Ultrasound.
S.E. Nissen, A.C. DeFranco, E. Tuzcu.
17. Magnetic Resonance Coronary Artery Imaging.
M. Doyle, G.M. Pohost.
18. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging as Applied to Carotid and Peripheral Atherosclerotic Vascular Disease.
T.M. Grist, P.A. Turski.
19. The Use of Magnetic Rosonance Imaging to Study Lesion Development and Progression in Rabbits In Vitro.
R. Ross, C. Yuan, E.W. Raines, E. Kaneko, M.P. Skinner.
20. Radioisotopic Imaging of Atheroma.
H. Sinzinger, M. Rodrigues, H. Kritz.
21. Radiopharmaceutical Imaging of Atherosclerosis.
R.S. Lees, A.M. Lees.
22. Radionuclide Labeled Monoclonal Antibody Imaging of Atherosclerosis and Vascular Injury.
23. The Calcium Story and Electron Beam Computed Tomography.
Panel Discussion III. Imaging Techniques, Tissue Characterization, Angiography, Ultrasound, Angioscopy and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
24. Progression and Regression of Coronary Atherosclerosis: A Review of Angiographic Trials.
J. Vos, P.N. Ruygrok, P.J. de Feyter.
25. Carotid and Femoro-Iliac Disease as Models for the Use of Newer Imaging Techniques.
26. Coronary Angiographic Changes, Lipid-Lowering Therapy, and their Relationship to Clinical Cardiac Events.
B.G. Brown, X-Q. Zhao, D. Poulin, J.J. Alberts.
Panel Discussion IV. Atherosclerotic Disease Progression and Regression;.
27. A New View of Restenosis.
E.R. O'Brian, S.M. Schwartz.
28. Clinical-Pathobiological Correlations Emerging From the Study of Restenosis Lesions Obtained by Excisional Atherectomy.
J.G. Pickering, C.M. Ford, M. Kearney, J.M. Isner.
29. Vein Graft Disease: A Pathologist's View.
30. Aortocoronary Bypass Grafting: A Clinician's View.
J.H. Chesebro, R. Gallo, V. Toschi, M. Lettino, J.J. Badimon.
Panel Discussion V. Post-PTCA Restenosis and Vein Graft Disease