MR (magnetic resonance) spectroscopy useful for heart disease:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy could be used to help detect early heart disease in women with chest pain but no significant blockages in the larger arteries, according to a multicentre US study. Reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine (March 23), researchers headed by Gerald Pohost at the University of Alabama at Birmingham identified abnormalities in 20% of women with no significant angiographic signs of disease.
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