Christoph R. Becker focuses on Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Angiography, Internal medicine and Cardiology. His studies in Radiology integrate themes in fields like Coronary artery disease and Artery. His Nuclear medicine research includes themes of Contrast, Magnetic resonance imaging, Tomography x ray computed and Dual energy ct.
His research in Angiography intersects with topics in Perfusion, Coronary arteries, Pulmonary embolism, Lumen and Right coronary artery. Christoph R. Becker usually deals with Internal medicine and limits it to topics linked to Gastroenterology and Creatinine, Complication, Percutaneous coronary intervention and Incidence. His studies deal with areas such as Concordance and Nephropathy as well as Cardiology.
Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Angiography, Internal medicine and Coronary artery disease are his primary areas of study. The various areas that he examines in his Radiology study include Coronary arteries and Artery. Christoph R. Becker has researched Nuclear medicine in several fields, including Cardiac imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging, Computed tomography and Spiral ct.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pulmonary embolism and Perfusion. His work deals with themes such as Surgery and Cardiology, which intersect with Internal medicine. His Coronary artery disease research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coronary angiography, Predictive value of tests and Stenosis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Radiology, Internal medicine, Cardiology, Nuclear medicine and Angiography. In his study, Christoph R. Becker carries out multidisciplinary Radiology and Neuroradiology research. His Artery and Coronary atherosclerosis study in the realm of Cardiology interacts with subjects such as In patient.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Computed tomography angiography, Computed tomography and Tomography in addition to Nuclear medicine. His Angiography research incorporates themes from Abdominal aorta, Endovascular aneurysm repair, Contrast-enhanced ultrasound and Dual source computed tomography. His Coronary artery disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Predictive value of tests, Stenosis, Disease and Chest pain.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Cardiology, Internal medicine and In patient. His work on Angiography, Perfusion scanning and Ultrasound as part of general Radiology study is frequently linked to Neuroradiology, bridging the gap between disciplines. He has included themes like Radiography, Coronary arteries, Dose reduction and Venous phase in his Angiography study.
The Ultrasound study combines topics in areas such as Metal Artifact, Reduction, Dual-Energy Computed Tomography and Photon. His study in Nuclear medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Contrast-to-noise ratio and Computed tomography. His Cardiology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fdg pet ct and Risk factor.
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From vulnerable plaque to vulnerable patient: a call for new definitions and risk assessment strategies: Part II.
Morteza Naghavi;Peter Libby;Erling Falk;S. Ward Casscells;S. Ward Casscells.
Material differentiation by dual energy CT: initial experience
Thorsten R. C. Johnson;Bernhard Krauß;Martin Sedlmair;Martin Sedlmair;Michael Grasruck.
European Radiology (2007)
First performance evaluation of a dual-source CT (DSCT) system.
Thomas G. Flohr;Cynthia H. McCollough;Herbert Bruder;Martin Petersilka.
European Radiology (2006)
Quantification of Obstructive and Nonobstructive Coronary Lesions by 64-Slice Computed Tomography: A Comparative Study With Quantitative Coronary Angiography and Intravascular Ultrasound
Alexander W. Leber;Andreas Knez;Franz von Ziegler;Alexander Becker.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2005)
From Vulnerable Plaque to Vulnerable Patient
Morteza Naghavi;Peter Libby;Erling Falk;S. Ward Casscells.
Accuracy of multidetector spiral computed tomography in identifying and differentiating the composition of coronary atherosclerotic plaques. A comparative study with intracoronary ultrasound
Alexander W Leber;Andreas Knez;Alexander Becker;Christoph Becker.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2004)
Quantification of regional cerebral blood flow and volume with dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced MR imaging.
K. A. Rempp;Gunnar Brix;F. Wenz;C. R. Becker.
Accuracy of 64-slice computed tomography to classify and quantify plaque volumes in the proximal coronary system: a comparative study using intravascular ultrasound.
Alexander W. Leber;Alexander Becker;Andreas Knez;Franz von Ziegler.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2006)
Multislice helical CT of the heart with retrospective ECG gating: reduction of radiation exposure by ECG-controlled tube current modulation.
Tobias F. Jakobs;Christoph R. Becker;Bernd Ohnesorge;Thomas Flohr.
European Radiology (2002)
Cardiac Imaging by Means of Electrocardiographically Gated Multisection Spiral CT: Initial Experience
Bernd Ohnesorge;Thomas Flohr;Christoph Becker;Andreas F. Kopp.
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