Angiography-derived physiological assessment of coronary artery stenosis severity and microvascular dysfunctions

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Other coronary interventions
Coronary Interventions
Focus on Imaging

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  • To understand the principles and clinical value of a new functional angiography tool, coronary angiography-derived fractional flow reserve
  • To discuss the applicability of coronary angiography-derived fractional flow reserve (caFFR) and coronary angiography-derived index of microcirculatory resistance (caIMR) in the assessment of epicardial stenosis and coronary microcirculation
  • To review data from available trials supporting caFFR and caIMR and discuss ongoing studies

Anchorperson: Niels Van Royen

Moderator: Panagiotis Xaplanteris

Discussants: Javier Escaned, Tommaso Gori, Junbo Ge

Chatmaster: Yunlong Huo

Session objectives

Niels Van Royen

New developments in functional coronary angiography for the assessment of epicardial coronary stenosis: caFFR

Javier Escaned

Discussion and audience interaction

Junbo Ge

How to assess microcirculatory resistance using a coronary angiogram? Introducing caIMR

Junbo Ge

Discussion and audience interaction

Junbo Ge

Clinical evidence supporting caFFR and caIMR and upcoming studies

Tommaso Gori

Discussion and audience interaction

Junbo Ge

Session evaluation and key learnings

Niels Van Royen