Heritable heart conditions can genetically predispose patients to sudden cardiac death. Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute Co-director Gordon Tomaselli and other clinicians at the Center for Inherited Heart Disease take a multidisciplinary approach to helping patients and their families identify and manage their cardiac conditions.
Studies show that 3-D CT images yield measurements that are between 20 and 30 percent more accurate than those derived from flat CT slices. For patients with aortic disease, the clarity of 3-D imaging can be pivotal for diagnostic decision-making.
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