An Atlas and Manual of Coronary Intravascular Ultrasound by Paul Schoenhagen

By Paul Schoenhagen

Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) is an imaging process used in the course of coronary angiography. This booklet offers a scientific advent to coronary imaging with (IVUS). it's divided into built-in and commonly cross-referenced components, the Atlas and the handbook. The handbook describes the reason, technique, and interpretation of IVUS imaging for healing and diagnostic reasons. It additionally provides various either demonstrated and evolving medical and examine purposes. The Atlas positive factors non-illustrated IVUS photos including corresponding illustrated figures. The reference record and topic index are hooked up to the Atlas and the handbook, bearing in mind swift and straightforward entry to info. INV STAT: general

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Main effects’ and ‘interactions’, as described in Winer et al. (1991). ANOVAs are commonly used in the analysis of positron emission tomography (PET), electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data. For PET, this analysis usually takes place at the ‘first’ level. This involves direct modelling of PET scans. For EEG, MEG and fMRI, ANOVAs are usually implemented at the ‘second level’. As described in the previous chapter, first level models are used to create contrast images for each subject.

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Averaging over the levels of factor B. In other words, the main effect of A is modelled as K1 − 1 differences among K1 levels. The quantity rB represents the differences between each successive level r = 1 K2 −1 of factor B, averaging over the levels of factor A; and qrAB represents the differences between the differences of each level q = 1 K1 − 1 of factor A across each level r = 1 K2 − 1 of factor B. The quantity m is the mean treatment effect. Examples of contrast matrices and rotated design matrices are given below.

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