|ESCR 2015 / P-0030|
|Features of coronary CT angiography in evaluation of coronary plaques: Comparison with intravascular ultrasound.|
Both techniques were well-correlated for lumen area stenosis (n=40, r=0,78, P<0,001), plaque length (n=40, r=0,69, P<0,001), remodeling index (n=40, r=0,61, P<0,001). Twenty thin cap fibroatheromas, fourteen fibroatheromas with rupture (complicated lesion), six calcinated atheromas were detected by IVUS-VH. Known signs of instability (lowdensity area, spotty calcifications, positive remodeling, uneven contour, “ringlike” enhancement) were detected in all types of plaques.
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