ASNC/AHA/ASE/EANM/HFSA/ISA/SCMR/SNMMI Expert Consensus Recommendations for Multimodality Imaging in Cardiac Amyloidosis:
Review | Myocardial perfusion and viability imaging in coronary artery disease: clinical value in diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic guidance.25 Jun, 2021 | 10:12h | UTC
Commentary on Twitter
New ACC Expert Analysis: The Ever-Growing Role of Coronary Artery Calcium in Primary Prevention.
— American College of Cardiology (@ACCinTouch) June 22, 2021
Case series: clinical and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging findings of 4 cases of myocarditis following mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccination.17 Jun, 2021 | 09:43h | UTC
Related: CDC says heart inflammation cases were higher than expected in 16- to 24-year-olds after second Covid vaccine shot, but still rare. AND Israel reports link between rare cases of heart inflammation and COVID-19 vaccination in young men. AND CDC is investigating several reports that teenagers and young adults may have developed myocarditis after receiving mRNA vaccines. Most cases were mild, more often in males than females, more often following dose 2 than dose 1, and typically, within 4 days after vaccination.
Reporting incidental coronary, aortic valve and cardiac calcification on non-gated thoracic computed tomography, a consensus statement from the BSCI/BSCCT and BSTI25 Jan, 2021 | 01:02h | UTC
Contradicting early research, 2 new MRI studies show lower degrees of myocarditis in athletes recovered from COVID-1917 Jan, 2021 | 22:14h | UTC
Study 1: Evaluation for Myocarditis in Competitive Student Athletes Recovering From Coronavirus Disease 2019 With Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging – JAMA Cardiology AND Commentaries: Screening Athletes for Myocarditis With Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging After COVID-19 Infection—Lessons From an English Philosopher – JAMA Cardiology AND Low Prevalence of Myocarditis in Athletes Recovered from COVID-19 – docwire News
Study 2: Cardiac MRI Shows Lower Degrees of Myocarditis in Athletes Recovered From COVID-19 – Circulation AND Commentaries: Cardiac MRI shows lower degrees of myocarditis in athletes recovered from COVID-19 – Vanderbilt University Medical Center AND Heart damage less common among athletes who recover from COVID-19 than previously believed, cardiologists find – Cardiovascular Business