|Title:||Peak systolic velocity ratio derived from quantitative vessel analysis for restenosis after femoropopliteal intervention: a multidisciplinary review from Endovascular Asia||Authors:||Kawarada O.
|Keywords:||Angiography; Intervention; Methodology; Restenosis; Ultrasound||Issue Date:||2020||Publisher:||Springer||Journal Volume:||35||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||52-61||Source:||Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics||Abstract:||
With technological improvements in the endovascular armamentarium, there have been tremendous advances in catheter-based femoropopliteal artery intervention during the last decade. However, standardization of the methodology for assessing outcomes has been underappreciated, and unvalidated peak systolic velocity ratios (PSVRs) of 2.0, 2.4, and 2.5 on duplex ultrasonography have been arbitrarily but routinely used for assessing restenosis. Quantitative vessel analysis (QVA) is a widely accepted method to identify restenosis in a broad spectrum of cardiovascular interventions, and PSVR needs to be validated by QVA. This multidisciplinary review is intended to disseminate the importance of QVA and a validated PSVR based on QVA for binary restenosis in contemporary femoropopliteal intervention. ? 2019, The Author(s).
|ISSN:||1868-4300||DOI:||10.1007/s12928-019-00602-z||SDG/Keyword:||duplex Doppler ultrasonography; femoral angiography; femoropopliteal bypass; human; peak systolic velocity; peak systolic velocity ratio; priority journal; quantitative analysis; restenosis; Review; Asia; blood flow velocity; diagnostic imaging; endovascular surgery; femoral artery; graft occlusion; pathophysiology; peripheral occlusive artery disease; physiology; popliteal artery; procedures; recurrent disease; systole; vascular patency; Asia; Blood Flow Velocity; Endovascular Procedures; Femoral Artery; Graft Occlusion, Vascular; Humans; Peripheral Arterial Disease; Popliteal Artery; Recurrence; Systole; Ultrasonography, Doppler, Duplex; Vascular Patency
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