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author = {Danad, I and Raijmakers, PG and Driessen, RS and Leipsic, J and Raju, R and Naoum, C and Knuuti, J and Mäki, M and Underwood, RS and Min, JK and Elmore, K and Stuijfzand, WJ and van, Royen N and Tulevski, II and Somsen, AG and Huisman, MC and van, Lingen AA and Heymans, MW and van, de Ven PM and van, Kuijk C and Lammertsma, AA and van, Rossum AC and Knaapen, P},
doi = {10.1001/jamacardio.2017.2471},
journal = {JAMA Cardiol},
pages = {1100--1107},
title = {Comparison of Coronary CT Angiography, SPECT, PET, and Hybrid Imaging for Diagnosis of Ischemic Heart Disease Determined by Fractional Flow Reserve.},
url = {},
volume = {2},
year = {2017}

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AB - Importance: At present, the choice of noninvasive testing for a diagnosis of significant coronary artery disease (CAD) is ambiguous, but nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging with single-photon emission tomography (SPECT) or positron emission tomography (PET) and coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) is predominantly used for this purpose. However, to date, prospective head-to-head studies are lacking regarding the diagnostic accuracy of these imaging modalities. Furthermore, the combination of anatomical and functional assessments configuring a hybrid approach may yield improved accuracy. Objectives: To establish the diagnostic accuracy of CCTA, SPECT, and PET and explore the incremental value of hybrid imaging compared with fractional flow reserve. Design, Setting, and Participants: A prospective clinical study involving 208 patients with suspected CAD who underwent CCTA, technetium 99m/tetrofosmin-labeled SPECT, and [15O]H2O PET with examination of all coronary arteries by fractional flow reserve was performed from January 23, 2012, to October 25, 2014. Scans were interpreted by core laboratories on an intention-to-diagnose basis. Hybrid images were generated in case of abnormal noninvasive anatomical or functional test results. Main Outcomes and Measures: Hemodynamically significant stenosis in at least 1 coronary artery as indicated by a fractional flow reserve of 0.80 or less and relative diagnostic accuracy of SPECT, PET, and CCTA in detecting hemodynamically significant CAD. Results: Of the 208 patients in the study (76 women and 132 men; mean [SD] age, 58 [9] years), 92 (44.2%) had significant CAD (fractional flow reserve ≤0.80). Sensitivity was 90% (95% CI, 82%-95%) for CCTA, 57% (95% CI, 46%-67%) for SPECT, and 87% (95% CI, 78%-93%) for PET, whereas specificity was 60% (95% CI, 51%-69%) for CCTA, 94% (95% CI, 88%-98%) for SPECT, and 84% (95% CI, 75%-89%) for PET. Single-photon emission tomography was found to be noninferior to PET in terms of
AU - Danad,I
AU - Raijmakers,PG
AU - Driessen,RS
AU - Leipsic,J
AU - Raju,R
AU - Naoum,C
AU - Knuuti,J
AU - Mäki,M
AU - Underwood,RS
AU - Min,JK
AU - Elmore,K
AU - Stuijfzand,WJ
AU - van,Royen N
AU - Tulevski,II
AU - Somsen,AG
AU - Huisman,MC
AU - van,Lingen AA
AU - Heymans,MW
AU - van,de Ven PM
AU - van,Kuijk C
AU - Lammertsma,AA
AU - van,Rossum AC
AU - Knaapen,P
DO - 10.1001/jamacardio.2017.2471
EP - 1107
PY - 2017///
SP - 1100
TI - Comparison of Coronary CT Angiography, SPECT, PET, and Hybrid Imaging for Diagnosis of Ischemic Heart Disease Determined by Fractional Flow Reserve.
T2 - JAMA Cardiol
UR -
UR -
VL - 2
ER -