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Pre- and postoperative myocardial and blood pool scans in a case of left ventricular aneurysm: Case report


, : Pre- and postoperative myocardial and blood pool scans in a case of left ventricular aneurysm: Case report. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 16(11): 1024-1026

Myocardial perfusion scans (using 131Cs) and blood pool scans (113mIn) were performed on a patient before and after resection of a left venticular aneurysm. Although the huge aneurysm was revealed by preoperative scans, preservation of a significant mass of myocardium was evident. Postoperative scans show the reconstructed heart and the amount of residual damage. The operative findings confirmed the reliability of the scan information.

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