Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging Online

An American Heart Association Journal
Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging Online 19420080
ISBN/ISSN: 19420080
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Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging publishes high-quality, patient-centric articles focusing on observational studies, clinical trials, and advances in applied (translational) research featuring innovative, multimodality approaches to diagnosis and risk stratifications of cardiovascular disease. Modalities covered include echocardiography, cardiac computed tomography, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy, magnetic resonance angiography, cardiac positron emission tomography, noninvasive assessment of vascular and endothelial function, radionuclide imaging, molecular imaging, and others.

With an Impact Factor of 5.941, Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging is ranked 15th among 117 journals in the Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems and 2nd among 116 journals in Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging subject categories in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports®  (Thomson Reuters, 2012). 

Visit the journal online at to see for yourself just how valuable Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging is.  "Editor's Picks" articles are freely accessible with every issue as is all content older than 12 months. A digital subscription includes online access - via your computer or Internet-enabled smartphone - as well as access to Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging for the iPad®.  The journal's app optimizes the best in digital technology to enhance a print-like reading experience. To learn more, visit

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--Online archive dating back to the very first issue published in 2008
--Regular Review Series:
  • Advances in Cardiovascular Imaging includes a wide range of topics relevant to research in and practice of noninvasive cardiovascular imaging. This series includes clinically relevant, disease-based perspectives on current applications of imaging. The series also features novel imaging technologies and their potential clinical role, reviews on methodological and analytical issues affecting imaging-based research, and others.
  • Clinical Implications of Molecular Imaging Research: This series emphasizes translational aspects of molecularly-targeted approaches to imaging.
  • Controversies in Imaging features scientifically-grounded expressions of critical opinions and discussions on controversial topics affecting the practice of noninvasive imaging, including technical aspects of clinical importance and patient-centered approaches to diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease. Opposite viewpoints will be presented in tandem, with rebuttal responses by both authors included.

--Special sections: book reviews, correspondence, eLetters, and Cardiovascular Images
--Indexed/abstracted in Current Contents®/Clinical Medicine, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch®), Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, and PubMed/MEDLINE

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  • ISSN: 19420080
  • Published: Published Bimonthly

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