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Advances in vascular imaging.

Advances in vascular surgery have mirrored advances in diagnostic imaging. Indeed, the endovascular revolution has been made possible largely by advances in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and vascular ultrasound. As technology allows better noninvasive vascular diagnosis, conventional angiography, once the gold standard for the diagnosis of vascular disease, is now reserved largely for intervention. This article discusses the current state of vascular imaging. Specific emphasis is placed on the comparative clinical utility of different imaging modalities in the detection and management of vascular disease.

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