Image of the Month

September 2017 - Common systemic venous anomaly with an uncommon configuration, by Will Loughborough and Stephen Lyen

August 2017 - Multimodality imaging in a case of arrythmogenic left ventricular cardiomyopathy (ALVC), by Laura Duerden, Tom Chance, Jonathan Rodrigues, Stephen Lyen, Mark Hamilton, Nathan Manghat

July 2017 - A rare case of Vieussens’ arterial ring with multiple aneurysms and a coronary-pulmonary fistula, Dr Carina Brolund-Napier, Dr Amit Parekh, Dr Rajiv Singh, Dr Garrett McGann 

May 2017 - Atrial septal defect and partial anomalous pulmonary venous return, Dr Lily Lei and Dr Michelle Williams

April 2017 - TAVI, Dr Alastair Moss

March 2017 - An unexpected diagnosis, Dr Katharine Garfath-Cox

February 2017 - A rare case of follicular thyroid carcinoma with cardiac metastases, Dr Alexia Farrugia, Dr Rebecca Preston

January 2017 - Constrictive pericarditis, Dr Will Loughborough 

August 2016 - Platypnoea-Orthodeoxia Syndrome on perfusion scintigraphy, Dr Amit Parekh

July 2016 - An unusual cause of a left to right shunt ..., Dr Jonathan Rodrigues

June 2016 - Acute aortic syndrome in extremis. Dr John Dreisbach

May 2016 - Coronary artery anomalies, benign or malignant course? Dr Michelle Williams

April 2016 - Mind the gap: atrial septal defects in the elderly, Dr Alastair Moss 

March 2016 - A single coronary artery from the right coronary cusp, Dr I. Nagra

February 2016 - A 6 year old boy with swallowing difficulties, Dr Michelle Mak

January 2016 - Acute onset chest pain and ST elevation, Dr Yan Ning Neo and Dr Jonathan Weir-McCall

December 2015 - The Value of Iterative Model Reconstruction in cardiac and extra-cardiac findings, Dr Michelle Crawford Jefferson

November 2015 - CT myocardial perfusion imaging to guide management, Dr Michelle Williams

October 2015 - A 46 year old lady with breathlessness, Dr Alistair Moss

September 2015 - 3D reconstruction of the coronary arteries, Dr Jason Sarfo-Annin

 

“One picture is worth a thousand words”

The visual representation of cardiovascular imaging can be used to communicate and educate, as well as being visually attractive. We welcome submissions of single images that demonstrate the diversity of cardiovascular imaging cases and modalities for inclusion on the new BSCI/BSCCT website. The best image will be selected for the “Image of the Year” prize that will be awarded at the annual spring meeting. 

Each image of the month submission will  be eligible for one CPD point (Royal College of Radiologists).

If you are interested submitting an image for consideration please send:

    • Your image – This should be a single image (that may or may not be composed of multiple sections), with or without annotations as appropriate, at the maximum resolution/size possible.
    • A short description of the image findings – maximum of 250 words not including references
    • 3 or 4 multiple choice questions (best answer out of five possibilities) - which test the readers on their knowlege and understanding of the topic related to the image.
    • Name, designiation and instutution of author (s)
    • All images should be fully anonymised (all identifying information removed and images should not be reasonably identifiable by any other means
Please send your image and text to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

The best case of the year will be selected as the "Image of the Year" and considerd for publication in European Heart Journal - Case Reports. 

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