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Old February 16th, 2003, 11:43
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Clinical Nuclear Cardiology; Preventive Cardiology

This review focuses primarily on the role of electron beam computed tomography, concluding that MPI and ECBT are complementary. Comment: the primary shortfall of ECBT at this time according to the author is a lack of long-term data such as is present for the nuclear scan. [ ASNC Newsletter 9(4):6-7. Aug 2002 ]
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