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Abe S. Matsumiya G. Chiba University Chiba, Japan Surgical outcomes of patients with antiphospholipid syndrome after PEA Abstract
Arihara M. Mitsuru M. Okayama Medical Center Okayama, Japan Predictor of the improvement of oxygenation after angioplasty for CTEPH Abstract
Biancosino C. Cebotari S. Hannover Medical School Hannover, Germany Is foreign material extraction mandatory even in clinically unremarkable patients with CETPH? Abstract
Bohacekova M. Remkova A. Hemo Medika Bratislava, SR Do we know all risk factors of CTEHP? Abstract
Bouvaist H. Pison C. CHU Grenoble Grenoble, France Balloon pulmonary angioplasty in a patient with CTEPH Abstract
Brochhausen C. Kirkpatrick C.J. University Medical Center, REPAIR-lab Mainz. Germany Nestin-positive cells within patients with CTEPH Abstract
Cannon J. Pepke-Zaba J. Papworth Hospital NHS foundation Trust Cambridge, UK Outcome after PEA: Long term follow-up of the UK national cohort. Abstract
Chemla D. Herve P. Faculte de medecine Paris Sud-Sces de physiologie et pneumologie-Hopital de Bicêtre Le Kremlin Bicêtre, France Abnormally increased pulmonary eatery pulse pressure in CTEPH? A critical evaluation Abstract
Chernyavskiy A. Ivanov S.N. Novosibirsk Research Institute of Circulation Pathology Novosibirsk, Russia Clinical and functional assessment of long-term follow-up of pulmonary thromboendarterectomy Abstract
Claessen G. Delcroix M. University Hospitals Leuven Leuven, Belgium Right ventricular functional reserve predicts exercise capacity and ventilatory efficiency in patients with CTEPH Abstract
Claessen G. Delcroix M. University Hospitals Leuven Leuven, Belgium Sildenafil increases stroke volume during exercise in patients with CTEPH Abstract
D’Armini A.M. Hoeper M. University of Pavia Pavia, Italy Riociguat for the treatment of inoperable CTEPH or persistent/recurrent CTEPH after PEA: A responder analyses from the phase III CHEST-1 study Abstract
Darocha S. Torbicki A. European Health Center Otwock, Poland The efficacy and safety of the BPA for inoperable CTEPH – Preliminary results Abstract
Del Pozo R. Escribanos-Subias P. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre Madrid, Spain CTEPH: Differences and similarities with iPAH Abstract
Del Pozo R. Escribanos-Subias P. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre Madrid, Spain Results in CTEPH from the Spanish prospective registry Abstract
Dhital K. Kotlyar E. St Vincent’s Hospital Sidney, Australia Pulmonary endarterectomy at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney: Commencin a surgical program through mentorship and dual review for patient selection Abstract
Dzikowska-Diduch O. Pruszczyk P. Medical University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland CTEPH and biomarkers of endothelial dysfunction Abstract
Fernandes T.M. Morris T.A. University of California San Diego, USA Non-O Blood group significantly increases the risk of CTEPH after acute pulmonary embolism Abstract
Fernandes T.M. Kim N.H. University of California San Diego, USA Female sex predisposes to residual PH after pulmonary endarterectomy Abstract
Fernandes T.M. Kim N.H. University of California San Diego, USA Preoperative prediction of surgical specimen prior to pulmonary endarterectomy Abstract
Fujii S. Ogawa A. National Hospital Organization Okayama Medical Center Okayama, Japan Pulmonary injury after balloon pulmonary angioplasty in patients with CTEPH cold be eliminated by avoiding vascular injury Abstract
Fukumoto Y. Shimokawa H. Kurume University School of Medicine Kurume, Japan Usefulness of optical coherence tomography imaging in CTEPH Abstract
Gan H.-L. Gan H.-L. Beijing Anzhen Hospital Beijing, China Significant persistent PH is a risk factor for the failure of venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenations after pulmonary thromboendarterectomy Abstract
Gan H.-L. Gan H.-L. Beijing Anzhen Hospital Beijing, China The wall eclipsing sign on pulmonary artery computed tomography angiography is pathognomonic for pulmonary artery sarcoma Abstract
Gan H.-L. Chen D. Beijing Anzhen Hospital Beijing, China The surgical treatment of 14 cases of pulmonary artery sarcoma Abstract
Gan H.-L. Chen D. Beijing Anzhen Hospital Beijing, China A comparative study to diagnostic efficiency to pulmonary artery sarcoma through various diagnostic modes Abstract
Gan H.-L. Gan H.-L. Beijing Anzhen Hospital Beijing, China Preoperative transcatheter occluding bronchopulmonary collateral artery can alleviate repercussion pulmonary edema and improve early hemodynamic after pulmonary endarterectomy procedure Abstract
Hadinnapola C. Pepke-Zaba J. Papworth Hospital Cambridge, UK Systematic characterization of inflammation in CTEPH Abstract
Heresi G.A. Smedira N.G. Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, Ohio, USA CTEPH and mediastinal venous malformation case – Treatment approach Abstract
Higgins J. Madani M. University of California San Diego, USA Challenges of pulmonary endarterectomy after failed pulmonary balloon angioplasty Abstract
Inami T. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan Pressure-wire-guided percutaneous transluminal pulmonary angioplasty: a breakthrough in the catheter-interventional therapy for CTEPH Abstract
Inami T. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan A gradual improvement without functional restenosis one year after percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for CTEPH Abstract
Jansa P. Lindner J. General University Hospital Prague, Czech Republic Long-term experience with CTEPH treatment in the Czech Republic Abstract
Kikuchi H. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan A new era of therapeutic strategies for CTEPH: Contrast among pulmonary endarterectomy, percutaneous transluminal pulmonary angioplasty, and medical therapy Abstract
Kikuchi H. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan The most sensible objective markers in echocardiography and electrocardiograph to detect an improvement of PH – A study after percutaneous transluminal pulmonary angioplasty Abstract
Kim N. Ghofrani H.A. UCSD School of Medicine San Diego, USA Hemodynamic assessment of patients with inoperable CTEPH in the Chest-1 Study Abstract
Kim N. Wilkins M.R. UCSD School of Medicine San Diego, USA Impact of riociguat on health-related quality of life in patients with CTEPH Abstract
Klok F.A. Lankeit M. University Medical Center Mainz Mainz, Germany Validation of a simple non-invasive algorithm for ruling out CTEPH six months after acute pulmonary embolism Abstract
Koizumi N. Ogino H. Tokyo Medical University Hospital Tokyo, Japan A new program of surgical management with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension in the era of balloon pulmonary angioplasty in Japan Abstract
Lindner J. Jansa P. General University Hospital Prague, Czech Republic Surgical treatment of CTEPH combined with atrial fibrillation and flutter Abstract
Loder C. Coghlan J. Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust London, UK CTEPH not scleroderma: Using OCT as a tool for diagnosis in PH Abstract
Loureiro M.J. Reis A. Hospital Garcia de Orta Almada, Portugal Pulmonary endarterectomy in a country without pulmonary endarterectomy: the favorable impact of a cross-border system of care. Abstract
Madani C. Yi C. University of California San Diego, USA Comparing ICU nursing care in post-pulmonary thromboendarterectomy patients versus non-PTE open heart surgical patiens with a time and motion study Abstract
Madani C. Kim S.C. University of California San Diego, USA Randomized controlled trial: Evaluation of multifaceted preoperative education on postoperative delirium, anxiety, and knowledge among patients undergoing pulmonary thromboendarterectomy Abstract
Madani M. Auger W. University of California San Diego, USA Sub-segmental pulmonary endarterectomy: Time for a new surgical classification Abstract
Maki H. Komuro I. University of Tokyo Tokyo, Japan The efficacy of pulmonary vasodilators in patients with CTEPH Abstract
Mercier O. Dartevelle P. Marie Lannelongue Hospital La Plessis Robinson, France Early Results of High-risk pulmonary endarterectomy in patients with splenectomy or indwelling catheters Abstract
Mercier O. Dartevelle P. Marie Lannelongue Hospital La Plessis Robinson, France Heart-lung or double lung transplantation for pulmonary endarterectomy failure Abstract
Minatsuki S. Matsubara H. The University of Tokyo Tokyo, Japan Determinant of total procedural number of balloon pulmonary angioplasty for CTEPH Abstract
Moseley E. Sheares K. Papworth Hospital Cambridge, UK Effects of targeted therapy on thrombus morphology and the cellular and tissue composition of pulmonary endarterectomy specimens – a retrospective histopathological study Abstract
Moser B. Ankersmit J. Medical University Vienna Vienna, Austria Local and systemic RAGE axis changes in pulmonary hypertension: CTEPH and iPAH Abstract
Mussot S. Dartevelle P. Marie Lannelongue Hospital  Le Plessis Robinson, France Retrospective institutional study of 38 patients treated for pulmonary artery sarcoma Abstract
Naito A. Tatsumi K. Chiba University Chiba, Japan Evaluation Of Plasma Pentraxin3 In Patient With Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension (CTEPH) Abstract
Nicolas Jilwan F. Roisman G. Hôpital Antoine Béclère Clamart, France High prevalence and mechanisms of nocturnal breathing disorders in patients with CTEPH. Comparison with idiopathic PH. Abstract
Noly P.-E. Fadel E. Marie Lannelongue Hospital La Plessis Robinson, France Capillary density and myocardiofibrosis in adaptation of the right ventricular function to pulmonary hypertension insight an animal and human study Abstract
Ogawa A. Yuan J.X-J. National Hospital Organization Okayama Okayama, Japan Role of thrombin in vascular remodeling in CTEPH Abstract
Ogo T. Nakanishi N. National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Osaka, Japan Right ventricular reverse remodeling after balloon pulmonary angioplasty in patients with inoperable chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension Abstract
Pistritto A.M. Lang I.M. Medical University of Vienna Vienna, Austria Elevated left ventricular filling pressures in CTEPH Abstract
Poch D.S. Fernandes T.M. University of California San Diego, USA Baseline right atrial pressures and mean pulmonary artery pressure determine risk for reperfusion pulmonary edema after pulmonary endarterectomy Abstract
Quarck R. Delcroix M. KU Leuven Leuven, Belgium Systemic and local inhibition of fibrinolysis induces chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension in rabbits Abstract
Sadushi-Kolici R. Lang I.M. Medical University of Vienna Vienna, Austria Platelets and CTEPH Abstract
Seferian A. Jais X. CHU Bicêtre Clamart, France Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome as a rare cause of chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension Abstract
Shigeta Y. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan Impact of percutaneous transluminal pulmonary angioplasty for CTEPH with residual PH after endarterectomy Abstract
Shigeta Y. Satoh T. Kyorin University Kyorin, Japan Relationship between lipid disorders and CTEPH Abstract
Shimokawahara H. Sonoda M. National Hospital Organization Kagoshima Medical Center Kagoshima, Japan Impact of quantitative assessment of computed tomography value by using lung perfused blood volume computed tomography for the diagnosis of CTEPH Abstract
Shostak N.A. Demidova N.A. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University Moscow, Russian Federation Remodeling of the right heart and the level of brain natriuretic peptide in patients with CTEPH: A comparative cross-sectional observational study Abstract
Simonneau G. Wilkins M.R. University Paris-Sud Paris, France Riociguat for the treatment of inoperable or persistent/recurrent CTEPH: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study (Chest-1) Abstract
Simonneau G. Mayer E. University Paris-Sud Paris, France Riociguat for the treatment of CTEPH: 1-Year results from the Chest-2 long-term extension (LTE) study Abstract
Sugiura T. Tatsumi K. Chiba University Chiba, Japan Relationship between improved pulmonary arterial pressure and changes in inter ventricular septal configuration by 320-slice CT in patients under pulmonary endarterectomy Abstract
Suzuki Y. Emoto N. Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine Kobe, Japan Shear stress and cell cycle stretch role on isolated smooth muscle cells of chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension Abstract
Taboada D. Sheares K. Papworth Hospital Cambridge, UK Outcome of Pulmonary Endarterectomy in Symptomatic Chronic Thromboembolic Disease Abstract
Taniguchi Y. Emoto N. Kobe University Hospital Kobe, Japan Balloon pulmonary angioplasty can be an Alternative Treatment Strategy for the Management of Non-Operable Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertesion Abstract
Taniguchi Y. Hirata K. Kobe University Hospital Kobe, Japan Improvement of Cardiac Output after Balloon Pulmonary Angioplasty Depends on Preoperative Right Ventricular Function in inoperable Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension. Abstract
Tilea I.A. Lang I.M. Medical University of Vienna Vienna, Austria Phenprocoumon dose requirements and genetic polymorphisms in chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension Abstract
Tromeur C. Simonneau G. CHRU Brest Brest, France Predictive factors for success of pulmonary endarterectomy in CTEPH Abstract
Wieteska M. Torbicki A. Centre of Postgraduate Medical Education Otwock, Poland Electrocardiographic trends in medically and surgically treated patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension Abstract
Williams L. Fraser J. The Prince Charles Hospital Chermside, Australia Successful use of pre and post operative ECMO for pulmonary thromboendarterectomy, mitral valve replacement and myomectomy in a patient with CTEPH and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Abstract