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Tony DeFrance, MD

The rapid advances in CT technology over the last decade have been amazing. This is especially true in the field of cardiac CT, which pushes computed tomography technologic innovation to its limits. The introduction of the 320-detector row dynamic volume CT scanner (Toshiba America Medical Systems) in 2007 promised to improve patient outcomes and cost-effectiveness by providing more accurate, comprehensive results in shorter periods of time. Our experiences to date lend support to these promises.