CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology (CVIR) is the official journal of
Founded in 1978 by Professors Herbert L. Abrams and Eberhard Zeitler,
CVIR is the longest-running journal in the field of vascular and interventional radiology.
CIRSE Members have unlimited online access to all CVIR articles. To access the full text articles, log in with the credentials for myCIRSE.*
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Thank you for joining us on Sep. 21 for this year’s virtual reception hosted by Jim Reekers (CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief) and Klaus Hausegger (CVIR Editor-in-Chief)!
The event celebrated this year’s award winners and provide attendees with the latest updates from both journals.
IMPERIAL in Japan: It appears that Eluvia offers better results in terms of freedom from clinically driven TLR and for
primary patency after 24 months in this cohort of 84 patients extracted from the global trial.
2020 wasn’t all bad news – CVIR’s impact factor rose from 2.034 in 2019 to an impressive 2.740!
We are proud to host such high-quality articles and tenacious authors, and this new metric indicates that our readership appreciates it too.
Thank you all for making CVIR your IR journal of choice!
CIRSE has a journal family!
Good papers submitted to CVIR and not accepted due to CVIR's limited page budget will be automatically transferred to CVIR Endovascular for consideration.
The up-to-date CIRSE Clinical Practice Manual is now available. Be sure to read, download and share with your IR colleagues, friends and students. Congrats to Prof. Andreas Mahnken and the entire task force on this important achievement!