As a promising non-invasive imaging tool, CE-MRI can detect the pathological consequences of reperfusion strategies in vivo and provide more information such as infarct size, myocardial AAR, myocardial viability, MVO, and myocardial hemorrhage. Findings by Jiangqiang et al in 2012 added some knowledges in which the median infarct size was significantly smaller in the NSTEMI group than in the STEMI group (% [–] vs. % [–], P<). The NSTEMI group also had a significantly lower extent of microvascular obstruction and a smaller number of segments with >75% of infarct transmurality relative to the STEMI group (0% [0–] vs. % [0–], P< and ± vs. ± , P = , respectively). Myocardial hemorrhage was detected less frequently in the NSTEMI group than the STEMI group (% vs. %, P = ). 2
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