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DATE

2011-03-18

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Shigenobu Inami, Zuoyan Wang, Zhang Ming-juan, Masamichi Takano, Kyoichi Mizuno

ABSTRACT

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a novel imaging technology based on low-coherence interferometry that use near-infrared light in real-time, and allows cross-sectional in-situ visualization of the vessel wall at the microscopic level. OCT provides 10-fold higher resolution than intravascular ultrasound which is currently the most used modality for intra-coronary imaging. OCT offers the obvious advantages when characterizing precise plaque microstructure and distinguishing various type of plaques. OCT is also being assessed for its potential role in the understanding of neointimal coverage, vascular healing and the progression of atherosclerosis in coronary vasculature after stenting on the micron scale. These unique capabilities could be helpful in guiding coronary management and interventions. Recent improvement in next generation OCT technology, such as frequency-domain OCT, will allow for a simple imaging procedure, providing more useful information and complementing other modalities on both clinical and research applications for the cardiologists. More... »

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177-185

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2009-12-26. Optical coherence tomography imaging: current status and future perspectives in CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTION AND THERAPEUTICS
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