July 2020

Volume 32 Issue 7 E
Venography alone may underestimate the extent of common iliac vein compression in May-Thurner syndrome. Peripheral intravascular ultrasound is mandatory to better assess common iliac vein compression.
Coronary-to-cardiac chamber fistulae and coronary aneurysms are potential complications after heart transplantation. In the setting of exercise intolerance and large fistulae at major coronary vessels, covered stents may provide an effective…
We describe a cut-down method that is useful in cases with calcification restricted to the region surrounding the puncture site in transcatheter aortic valve implantation patients with severe aortic stenosis.
A calcified nodule is an infrequent pathological substrate in acute coronary syndrome patients. This case demonstrates the technical challenges of intervening an eccentric, severely calcified, balloon-uncrossable coronary lesion.
This case shows how interaction between imaging experts and interventionists allowed us to overcome the challenge of plug-prosthesis interaction in a complex procedure.
Percutaneous pseudoaneurysm repair through the ipsilateral ulnar artery is an alternative to surgical repair; however, distal radial access, as described in this case, may offer increased safety.
This case illustrates that transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve replacement is safe and feasible in patients with bicuspid aortic stenosis with extremely large annulus and concomitant severe left ventricular dysfunction.

We previously described the first real-world series of PCI involving Shockwave intravascular lithotripsy (S-IVL), including use in acute coronary syndromes and left main interventions. In this follow-up, we report the 1-year outcomes of patients…