Evaluation of ischemic heart disease with cardiac magnetic resonance and computed tomography

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Ischemic heart disease is the most common cardiac problem encountered by physicians in their daily practice. In the last few years, computed tomography and magnetic resonance have emerged as robust imaging modalities with great potential for the comprehensive evaluation of patients with this disorder. This article reviews current evidence of the applications where these techniques have demonstrated their usefulness and provides guidance for their use in the clinical management of coronary artery disease.

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