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Coronary calcification occurs almost exclusively in atherosclerosis. Several autopsy studies 5,6 and histopathologic studies 7 have shown a direct relationship between the extent of calcification and atherosclerotic disease. Sangiorgi et al 7 performed a histologic analysis of coronary artery segments.

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The amount of calcium correlated well with the area of plaque:. Coronary artery calcium has also been associated with obstructive coronary artery disease in studies using intravascular ultrasonography and optical coherence tomography. First-generation CT scanners used for calcium scoring in the s were electron-beam systems in which a stationary x-ray tube generated an oscillating electron beam, which was reflected around the patient table.

These systems have been replaced by multidetector scanners, in which the x-ray tube and multiple rows of detectors are combined in a gantry that rotates at high speed around the patient. Coronary calcium is measured by noncontrast CT of the heart. Thus, there is no risk of contrast-induced nephropathy or allergic reactions. Images are acquired while the patient holds his or her breath for 3 to 5 seconds. Electrocardiographic gating is used to reduce motion artifact. The entire test takes 10 to 15 minutes. Figure 2.

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A screenshot from a standard calcium scoring program. The images show a small calcified plaque in the mid-left anterior descending artery left upper panel, colored yellow , left circumflex artery right upper panel, colored blue , and right coronary artery right lower panel, colored red.

The table in the left lower panel lists the results of the calcium score. The graph in the right lower panel shows the results of the individual patient relative to an age- and sex-matched patient population eg, the MESA trial. This patient has a score of The results fall into 4 categories, which correlate with the severity of coronary artery disease, ranging from no significant disease to severe disease Table 1. Feasibility study of advanced focused cardiac measurements within the emergency department. Crit Ultrasound J. Novel quality indicators for radiologists interpreting abdominopelvic CT images: Risk-adjusted outcomes among emergency department patients with right lower quadrant pain.

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