PET/CT helps detect sign of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

03/21/2012 | MolecularImaging.net

A study published in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine found that maximal wall thickness measured through PET/CT can be a strong indicator of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Maximal wall thickness was linked to impaired peak myocardial blood flow and myocardial flow reserve. The researchers said they did not find a link between left ventricular outflow tract gradients and myocardial blood flow. The results need to be validated in larger trials, the researchers said.

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