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Progression of non-obstructive coronary plaque: a practical CCTA-based risk score from the PARADIGM registry

Progression of non-obstructive coronary plaque: a practical CCTA-based risk score from the PARADIGM registry
PontoneGianlucaRossiAlexiaBaggianoAndreaAndreiniDanieleConteEdoardoFusiniLauraGebhardChaterineRabbatMark G.GuaricciGuglielmoMarcoMuscogiuriGiuseppeMushtaqSaimaAl-MallahMouaz H.BermanDaniel S.BudoffMatthew J.CademartiriFilippoChinnaiyanKavithaChoiJung HyunEun Jude Araújo GonçalvesPedroGottliebIlanHadamitzkyMartinKimYong JinLeeByoung KwonSang-EunMaffeiEricaMarquesHugoSamadyHabibShinSanghoonSungJi Minvan RosendaelAlexanderVirmaniRenuBaxJeroen J.LeipsicJonathon A.LinFay Y.MinJames K.NarulaJagatChunShawLeslee J.ChangHyuk-Jae
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European Radiology
0938-7994JCR Link
European Radiology vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 2665 - 2676
Computed tomography angiographyCoronary artery diseaseDisease progression
Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH
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Objectives: No clear recommendations are endorsed by the different scientific societies on the clinical use of repeat coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) in patients with non-obstructive coronary artery disease (CAD). This study aimed to develop and validate a practical CCTA risk score to predict medium-term disease progression in patients at a low-to-intermediate probability of CAD. Methods: Patients were part of the Progression of AtheRosclerotic PlAque Determined by Computed Tomographic Angiography Imaging (PARADIGM) registry. Specifically, 370 (derivation cohort) and 219 (validation cohort) patients with two repeat, clinically indicated CCTA scans, non-obstructive CAD, and absence of high-risk plaque (≥ 2 high-risk features) at baseline CCTA were included. Disease progression was defined as the new occurrence of ≥ 50% stenosis and/or high-risk plaque at follow-up CCTA. Results: In the derivation cohort, 104 (28%) patients experienced disease progression. The median time interval between the two CCTAs was 3.3 years (2.7–4.8). Odds ratios for disease progression derived from multivariable logistic regression were as follows: 4.59 (95% confidence interval: 1.69–12.48) for the number of plaques with spotty calcification, 3.73 (1.46–9.52) for the number of plaques with low attenuation component, 2.71 (1.62–4.50) for 25–49% stenosis severity, 1.47 (1.17–1.84) for the number of bifurcation plaques, and 1.21 (1.02–1.42) for the time between the two CCTAs. The C-statistics of the model were 0.732 (0.676–0.788) and 0.668 (0.583–0.752) in the derivation and validation cohorts, respectively. Conclusions: The new CCTA-based risk score is a simple and practical tool that can predict mid-term CAD progression in patients with known non-obstructive CAD. Clinical relevance statement: The clinical implementation of this new CCTA-based risk score can help promote the management of patients with non-obstructive coronary disease in terms of timing of imaging follow-up and therapeutic strategies. Key Points: • No recommendations are available on the use of repeat CCTA in patients with non-obstructive CAD. • This new CCTA score predicts mid-term CAD progression in patients with non-obstructive stenosis at baseline. • This new CCTA score can help guide the clinical management of patients with non-obstructive CAD. © The Author(s), under exclusive licence to European Society of Radiology 2023.
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