Methodological Developments in Coronary Arterial Stenosis Quantitation.- 1. Digital imaging systems for coronary angiography.- 2. Optimal biplane imaging of coronary segments with computed triple orthogonal projections.- 3. Accurate densitometric quantification requires strict attention to the physical characteristics of X-ray imaging.- 4. Morphologic and densitometric quantitation of coronary stenoses; an overview of existing quantitation techniques.- 5. Intravenous digital coronary angiography - a review of technical considerations and recent results.- 6. Assessment of the anatomic and functional severity of coronary arterial stenosis: new measuring techniques using high-frequency epicardial echocardiography and Doppler ultrasound.- Validations and Clinical Applications of Quantitative Coronary Arteriography.- 7. On the accuracy of densitometric measurements of coronary artery stenosis based on Lambert-Beer's absorption law.- 8. Morphologic and physiologic validation of quantitative coronary arteriography utilizing digital methods.- 9. Comparison of automated edge detection and videodensitometric quantitative coronary arteriography.- 10. Issues of validation in quantitative coronary angiography.- 11. Early regression and late progression in coronary artery lesions in the first 3 months following coronary angioplasty.- 12. How to assess the immediate results of PTCA. Should we use pressure gradient, flow reserve or minimal luminal cross-sectional area?.- Assessment of Coronary Flow and Myocardial Perfusion.- 13. Theoretical and practical aspects of digital angiography for quantitative coronary flow studies.- 14. Three-dimensional reconstruction and flow measurements of coronary arteries using multi-view digital angiography.- The Current Role of Coronary Angioscopy.- 15. Coronary angioscopy during cardiac catheterization and surgery.- 16. The angioscopic view of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.- The Stent, a Breakthrough?.- 17. Percutaneously implantable endo-coronary prosthesis.- 18. A coronary endoprosthesis to prevent restenosis and acute occlusion after percutaneous angioplasty: one and a half year of clinical experience.- Index of subjects.