Written for cardiologists and radiologists, Cardiac CT Imaging: Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease provides an overview of the use of computed tomography for assessing cardiac structure and function. The 304-page book includes a full range of images representing the technique, supplied by contributing authors who are experienced in the field. Among the topics covered are the methodology for image acquisition, interpreting CT angiography, 3-D reconstruction techniques, CT coronary angiography, the assessment of cardiovascular calcium, and congenital heart disease and CT. A companion CD-ROM includes 135 orientation-to-axial images, 11 videos of cardiac MRI and eight videos of left atrial 3-D anatomy. Matthew M.J. Budoff and Jerold S. Shinbane, eds.; Springer, New York, 2006; $139.