Current challenges and future directions in cardiac imaging

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Imaging is one of the most important accomplishments of medicine during the last 1000 years. The contribution of modern imaging to progress in the delivery of health care is unquestioned. However, we need to refine our use of imaging, limiting its use to those occasions when it can contribute directly or indirectly to improving and lengthening the lives of patients. Technology prowess in imaging alone is not sufficient to deliver value to individuals or to society. Continued investment in imaging technology requires critical appraisal of its use in clinical decision making and patient outcomes. © 2010.




Wann, S., & Tunio, J. (2010, July). Current challenges and future directions in cardiac imaging. Journal of the Saudi Heart Association.

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