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Nuclear & Cardiac Computed Tomography (CCT)

Nuclear Cardiology & Cardiac CT recommendations and position papers

 Alessia Gimelli, Danilo Neglia, Thomas H. Schindler, Bernard Cosyns, Patrizio Lancellotti and Anastasia Kitsiou

European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging (2015) 16, 349–350 doi:10.1093/ehjci/jeu29

Koen Nieman, Stephan Achenbach, Francesca Pugliese, Bernard Cosyns, Patrizio Lancellotti and Anastasia Kitsiou

European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging (2015) 16, 351–352 doi:10.1093/ehjci/jeu298

ElinTragardh, Birger Hesse, Juhani Knuuti, Albert Flotats, Philipp A.Kaufmann, Anastasia Kitsiou, Marcus Hacker, Hein J. Verberne and Lars Edenbrandt

European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging (2015) 16, 272–279 doi:10.1093/ehjci/jeu304

Stephen Richard Underwood, Pieter de Bondt, Albert Flotats, Claudio Marcasa,Fausto Pinto,Wolfgang Schaefer, and Hein Jan Verberne

European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging (2014) 15, 949–955 doi:10.1093/ehjci/jeu060

Pasquale Perrone-Filardi, Stephan Achenbach, Stefan Möhlenkamp, Zeljko Reiner, Gianmario Sambuceti, Joanne D. Schuijf, Ernst Van der Wall, Philip A. Kaufmann, Juhani Knuuti, Stephen Schroeder and Michael J. Zellweger

Eur Heart J (2011) 32 (16): 1986-1993. doi: 10.1093/eurheartj/ehq235 First published online: July 14, 2010

Cardiovascular events remain one of the most frequent causes of mortality and morbidity worldwide. The majority of cardiac events occur in individuals without known coronary artery disease (CAD) and in low- to intermediate-risk subjects.

Michael J. Zellweger, H. Schelbert, M. Schwaiger, U. Sechtem, M. Mazzanti, E.E. van der Wall, P. Perrone Filardi, R. Underwood, O. Gaemperli, R. Gibbons, A. Kitsiou, F. Bengel, G. Sambuceti, Heinz Sochor

This summary reflects our brainstorm activities focused on the topic “…what we don’t know but should know…” in the field of cardiac imaging and cardiology in general.

On one hand we had stimulating talks as a basis for the following discussion parts. On the other hand we wanted to try a new platform for our exchange and our discussions: The “think – tanks”. In these think – tanks we worked and discussed in smaller groups (5-6 participants) and shared our ideas with respect to different topics.

The think – tank participants were randomly assigned to a group which were coached by experts in the field, allowing knowledge transfer from master to fellow and from fellow to master, allowing also discussions in an easy and stimulating