Clinical Analysis and Utilization of Coronary Stenosis Morphology; L.W. Klein. Section One: Assessment of Stenosis Morphology. 1. Morphologic Analysis of Coronary Stenoses by Coronary Angiography: Subjective Variability and Accuracy; N.M. Lakkis, N. Kleiman. 2. Intravascular Ultrasound: Equipment, Technique and Applications in Clinical Practice and Research; S. Nissen, L.W. Klein. 3. Quantitative Analysis of Lesion Morphology by Computerized Techniques; G.B.J. Mancini, G. Hudon. 4. Intravascular Angioscopy in the Analysis of Stenosis Morphologic and Composition: Therapeutic Implications; S. Feld, R. Smalling. 5. Computerized Three-Dimension Intravascular Reconstruction; R.R. Heuser, et al. Section Two: Implications of Stenosis Morphology on Pathogenesis. 6. Coronary Stenosis Morphology: The Importance of Lesion Length, Stenosis Eccentricity, Severity, and Coronary Blood Flow in Clinical Decision Making; M. Kern, et al. 7. Angiographic Stenosis and Acute Coronary Syndromes: Progression of Stenoses to Myocardial Infarction; W. Little, R.J. Applegate. 8. Unstable Angina and Non-Q Wave Myocardial Infarction: Pathogenetic Mechanisms and Morphology of the Unstable Plaque; L.W. Klein. 9. Defining Coronary Pathology and Clinical Syndromes by Coronary Angioscopy; J. Forrester, et al. 10. Usefulness of Intravascular Ultrasound for Detecting Atherosclerosis Progression or Regression; M.K. Hong, et al. Section Three: Selection of Treatment Options Guided by Morphologic Assessment. 11. Stenosis Morphology and Risk Assessment in Balloon Angioplasty; S. Ellis, K.-H. Mak. 12. Intravascular Ultrasound-Guided Selection of New Coronary Devices in Coronary Intervention; S. Higano, D.R. Holmes. 13. Lesion Morphology and Composition: Risk of Restenosis Following Coronary Interventions; B. Strauss, M.K. Natarajan. 14. Pitfalls and Practical Approach to the Use of Imaging Techniques in Developing Clinical Strategies; T.R. Bowers, et al.