Our BSCI Meeting was unfortunately not able to proceed this year due to the current climate with COVID. However, you can still keep up to date with the latest ground-breaking research in cardiac imaging. What are the greatest minds in the United Kingdom doing to improve the lives of patients with cardiovascular disease? See our […]
Congratulations to Matthew Spurr and colleagues, our BSCI Image of the Year Winner. See his interesting case which has now been published in EHJ Case Reports here. If you have any interesting cases, please see more details here on how to submit it to our Image of the Month and stand the chance to have […]
The BSCI are glad to be introducing a series of webinars where experts in the field cover interesting topics in cardiac imaging and share tips and tricks. Further information is available here.
Due to the unforeseen circumstances with COVID-19, the BSCI Autumn 2020 Meeting has been postponed to 2021. Please see here for the full statement from our President and further details on the rescheduled meeting.
BSCI/BSCCT webinars The BSCI are glad to be launching a series of webinars. These monthly webinars will be looking to cover hot topics in cardiac imaging as well as provide tips and tricks from experts in the field. Tuesday 8 September 2020 5pm to 6pm Dr Russell Bull, BSCI/BSCCT President Reducing dose in cardiac […]
The results of our CT TAVI Collaborative have been recently published in the BMJ. See the full paper here. A big thank you to all those who participated.
Single Coronary Artery System or a Very Hyperdominant Left Circumflex? Authors and affiliations: 1. Uzma Gul Cardiology Registrar , Russells Hall hospital 2. Robert Hugget Consultant Cardiologist, Russells Hall hospital 3. Min Yen Wong Consultant Radiologist, Russells Hall hospital 4. Nazia Kaushal Consultant Radiologist, Russells Hall hospital Case Report A 63 year old female […]
The natural course of an incidentally detected coronary artery to pulmonary arterial fistula Author: Dr Chary Duraikannu, Consultant Radiologist Affiliations: Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK Clinical history and image findings: A 68-year-old male non-smoker with a prior history of hypercholesterolemia presents with atypical left side chest pain. Recent ECG shows […]