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Evaluation of commissural malalignment of aortic-pulmonary sinus using cardiac CT for arterial switch operation: comparison with transthoracic echocardiography.

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Nov 30, 2017
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

There are limited data regarding the influence of commissural malalignment of the aortic-pulmonary sinus on the arterial switch operation. Read more

Initial experience of dual-energy lung perfusion CT using a dual-source CT system in children

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Oct 20, 2010
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

This article describes how to perform dual-source DE lung perfusion CT in children, including the optimization of intravenous injection method and CT dose parameters. Read more

Xenon ventilation CT using dual-source and dual-energy technique in children with bronchiolitis obliterans: correlation of xenon and CT density values with pulmonary function test results

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Sep 17, 2010
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

Xenon ventilation CT using dual-source and dual-energy technique is a recently introduced, promising functional lung imaging method. Read more

Coronary artery visibility in free-breathing young children with congenital heart disease on cardiac 64-slice CT: dual-source ECG-triggered sequential scan vs. single-source non-ECG-synchronized spiral scan

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Sep 5, 2010
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

Background: The potential impact of dual-source ECG-triggered sequential CT scan on coronary artery visibility has not been evaluated in free-breathing young children. Read more

Coronary artery anomalies and clinically important anatomy in patients with congenital heart disease: multislice CT findings

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Dec 4, 2009
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

In this article we describe current multislice CT techniques for coronary artery imaging and illustrate coronary artery anomalies and clinically important coronary artery anatomy from the point of view of congenital heart disease. Read more

Xenon ventilation CT using dual-source and dual-energy technique: dynamic ventilation abnormality in a child with bronchial atresia.

posted by Hyun Woo Goo, M.D. | Nov 23, 2009
Hyun Woo Goo, M.D.

Xenon ventilation CT using a dual-source dual-energy technique is a promising functional imaging method for the lung. We report the typical ventilation abnormalities, collateral ventilation and air trapping in the affected lung segment demonstrated on xenon ventilation CT in a child with bronchial atresia. Read more



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