February 2020

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Volume 32 Issue 2 E
FEBRUARY 2020 TOC and ISSUE PDF
Little information is available on computed tomography (CT)-based predictors of stroke related to transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). The objective of this study was to determine whether anatomical features of the aortic valve and aorta vi…
Our objectives were to assess the incidence of no-reflow in patients undergoing CTO-PCI, to analyze possible causes and differential diagnoses, and to identify useful management approaches. We reviewed no-reflow complications in this multicenter obse…
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E47-E48. Key words: multimodality imaging, Paget-Schroetter syndrome, Urschel’s sign
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E46. Key words: cardiac imaging, complication, radial access
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E45. Key words: cardiac imaging, thrombus, valve obstruction
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E44. Key words: congenital heart defect, coronary imaging
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E43. Key words: cardiac imaging, coronary angiography
J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2020;32(2):E42. Key words: cardiac imaging, effort angina A 47-year-old female with a 3-month history of effort angina and dyspnea in association with a recent positive treadmill exercise test was referred for left heart cathete…
Abstract: In patients with increased surgical risk and hemodynamically significant mitral disease, a transcatheter strategy for mitral valve replacement (TMVR) may be suitable; however, is also not without procedure risk. Obstruction of the left vent…