- John Curtin Distinguished Professor and Head of Discipline, Medical Radiation Science, Curtin Medical School; Program Lead in Chronic Disease (including in Advanced Imaging), Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI), Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, AustraliaInterests: Cardiovascular CT imaging; 3D printing of heart and cardiovascular disease; Diagostic radiation; Radiation dose optimisation; Virtual reality; Augmented reality
- Honorable Professor of Radiology, College of Medicine, Chang Gung University Consultant Radiologist; Department of Medical Imaging and Intervention Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taoyuan, TaiwanInterests: Cardiothoracic imaging mainly in coronary CTA; Virtual intravascular endoscopy
We are pleased to announce the special issue “New Insight in Cardiovascular Imaging”. Cardiac imaging modalities play an increasingly important role in the diagnosis and prediction of cardiovascular disease. Advancements in these imaging modalities including echocardiography, CT, MRI and nuclear medicine including hybrid imaging have significantly improved their diagnostic accuracy which is represented in not only the morphology and structure assessment, but also the function assessment of cardiovascular disease. Further, novel imaging tools allow for early detection and quantificaiton of cardiovascular disease, thus improving the patient’s prognostic outcomes. This special issue aims to create a platform for researchers from different disciplines to share their recent research outputs on the use of latest imaging modalities in cardiovascular disease.
Potential topics include, but not limited to:
● Quantitative assessment of cardiovascular disease using cardiac CT, MRI, echocardiography, SPECT/PET
● New diagnostic modalities including dual-energy CT for detection of extracellular volume (ECV) and shear wave imaging by ultrasound in myocardial stiffness
● Diagnostic efficacy and strategy for coronary artery disease with use of FFRCT including the use of machine learning or deep learning tools
● Tissue characterization by Cardiac MR T1 mapping in cardiovascular disease
● 3D printing in cardiovascular disease
● Virtual reality and augmented reality in cardiovascular disease
Authors are encouraged to discuss with the guest editors to determine the suitability of their intended manuscripts. Before submission authors should carefully read over the journal’s Author guidelines, which are available at Author Instructions via:
We look forward to receiving your excellent work.
Thank you very much!
Prof. Dr. Zhonghua Sun and Prof. Dr. Yung-Liang Wan
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