Non-obstructive high-risk plaques increase the risk of future culprit lesions comparable to obstructive plaques without high-risk features: the ICONIC study

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging

18 Giugno Giu 2020 3 months ago
  • Andreini D, Conte E, Pontone G

High-risk plaque (HRP) and non-obstructive coronary artery disease independently predict adverse events, but their importance to future culprit lesions has not been resolved. We sought to determine in patients prior to confirmed acute coronary syndrome (ACS) the association between lesion percent diameter stenosis (%DS), and the absolute number and prevalence of HRP. The secondary objective was to examine the relative importance of non-obstructive HRP in future culprit lesions.

Reference

Ferraro RA, van Rosendael AR, Lu Y, Andreini D, Al-Mallah MH, Cademartiri F, Chinnaiyan K, Chow BJW, Conte E, Cury RC, Feuchtner G, de Araújo Gonçalves P, Hadamitzky M, Kim YJ, Leipsic J, Maffei E, Marques H, Plank F, Pontone G, Raff GL, Villines TC, Lee SE, Al'Aref SJ, Baskaran L, Cho I, Danad I, Gransar H, Budoff MJ, Samady H, Stone PH, Virmani R, Narula J, Berman DS, Chang HJ, Bax JJ, Min JK, Shaw LJ, Lin FY. Non-obstructive high-risk plaques increase the risk of future culprit lesions comparable to obstructive plaques without high-risk features: the ICONIC study. Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging 2020 Jun 13;jeaa048. doi: 10.1093/ehjci/jeaa048.

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