An image is worth a 1,000 words - EuroPCR 2016

Focus on the importance of imaging in interventional cardiovascular medicine

 
To highlight the importance of imaging in interventional cardiovascular medicine, we've selected some of the most interesting and puzzling images out of those submitted for EuroPCR 2016. View these images here, and don't forget to comment.

Discover the selected images and answer this quizz:

  • What do you see?
  • Which diagnostic elements do you recognise?
  • How would you treat?

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A paranormal finding on coronary angiography

An unusual cause of myocardial infarction in a 28-year old

Atypical shortness of breath with an equally atypical cause

Main branch compromise after crossover stenting toward the side branch

Interventionist perils concealed in a parasternal cicatrix

How should I explain and treat this angiographic findings?

Poor outcome after surgical aortic valve replacement

An unusual cause of inferior ischemia

A surprising image of 3D optical frequency domain imaging in left main bifurcation

Incidental finding of a bubble-shaped mass during coronary angiography

3am nightmare

In-stent restenosis but no sign of a stent

A surprising appearance in an elective diagnostic angiogram

No more late surprises

Heart of stone

 Sighting of the "Death Star"

Juxtarenal aneurysm

What happened exactly?

Is that really a coronary artery?

Just an ordinary PCI